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Hello and on behalf of the Nuka-Cola Corporation, we'd like to welcome each and every one of you aboard the Nuka-Express Monorail.— Nuka-World announcer

The Nuka-Express is a monorail that connects the Commonwealth with Nuka-World, still operational in 2287.

Background

The Nuka-Express was created to quickly bring visitors to and from Nuka-World. Trains running every 15 minutes transported visitors from the Nuka-World transit center near Boston to the Nuka-World station.[1] The system automatically notified corporate of all unauthorized delays, and ran the following schedule:

Sunday - Thursday
  • 6:00 am thru 9:30 am: Employees only
  • 9:45 am thru 11:55 pm: All traffic allowed
  • 12:00 am: Closed
Friday - Saturday
  • 6:00 am thru 8:30 am: Employees only
  • 8:45 am thru 11:55 pm: All traffic allowed
  • 12:00 am: Closed

After the war, with the main power off, emergency power was diverted to the monorail, keeping it operational.[2][3] Victims are lured into the Nuka-Express by Harvey, and it serves as the beginning of the Gauntlet, an inescapable torture maze built by the Nuka-World raiders for their entertainment.

Layout

The line enters the area from the northeast, from a tunnel in the rockface. It traverses above the outskirts of the park until ending at the Nuka-World station. The Nuka-Express monorail cars can be entered, but only the first car of the two can be explored, with the controls for the train located in the driver's cabin.

Appearances

The Nuka-Express appears only in the Fallout 4 add-on Nuka-World.

Behind the scenes

The Nuka-Express announcer, heard on both the monorail itself and at the Nuka-World transit center, was voiced by Jan Johns.

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References

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