Train Station Renovation – Guide to Unlock All New Stations (with New Savegame)

You updated your game and now your savegame is gone? But you want to play the new 5 levels/stations? You are not in the mood to play the older levels again? Then read this and just unlock the new stations with a new savegame (… and a few tiny stars …)

How to Unlock New Stations

What to Do

  • Start the game and create a new profile with your logo and name.
  • Save the game and exit the game.
  • Go to:
    C:UsersyourNameAppDataLocalLowLive Motion GamesTrainStationRenovationSave
  • Note: Make sure, you can show the hidden items!
  • Open your savegame with wordpad or notepad
  • Search for “Station 11” or what level you wanna unlock.

I unlocked the last level (15) and it looks like:

“$type”: “TSR.GameData.StationInfo, Assembly-CSharp”,
“ID”: 14,
“Name”: “Station 15”,
“canContinueRenovation”: false,
“cashForRepairsOnThisStation”: 50000,
“playerHaveAnyContainer”: false,
“state”: 1,
“stationSaveData”: null

  • Here you have to look for line “state” and replace the “0” with a “1”
  • Repeat that for all stations you wanna unlock (1-15).
  • Save file and start game, where you can load that savegame.

Now you have access to the new levels without playing the older ones again, or whatever level you have unlocked.

Stars for the Tools

By the way, search for the “companyName”, but not the first entry, I`m speaking of the second entry where you can see “stars” before. There you can enter a new number to get that amount of stars you wish, to unlock all the upgrades/tools….. 😉

“stars”: 99,
“companyName”: “Give me more”,

Congratulations, you have:

  • New game version.
  • New savegame.
  • Access to new levels.
  • All tools.
Volodymyr Azimoff
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I love games and I live games. Video games are my passion, my hobby and my job. My experience with games started back in 1994 with the Metal Mutant game on ZX Spectrum computer. And since then, I’ve been playing on anything from consoles, to mobile devices. My first official job in the game industry started back in 2005, and I'm still doing what I love to do.

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