The Zeppelin Station

The zeppelin station is a vital part of the city, because the zeppelin is the only means of transportation into or out of Bridges.

But it is also one of the most beautiful – and largest – buildings in the city of Bridges, considered one of the wonders of the Merca Federal Union.

Built in 1544 AC (After the Catastrophe), the zeppelin station is an Art Nouveau masterpiece of construction, composed of a steel domed frame inlaid with millions of pieces of individually stained glass.

Inside the structure, there are 14 terminals, several restaurants, 16 gift shops, and seating for 2500 people. It’s estimated that over a million people visit the zeppelin station each year.

Dozens of flights arrive and leave from the zeppelin station daily, but it is a tourist destination all its own: many go there just to look at the vast and beautiful structure.

The zeppelin field is also used for celebrations, one being the upcoming 100th anniversary of The Alcatraz Coup.

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