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Cyprus Mining Camp: Part 2 . Alright guys and gals, part 2, here we go..... . Today, I'll show you the vehicles of the Cyprus Mining Camp. The Ship in the picture above is the Taurus Tanker Ship. It is designed to carry several different kinds of liquids simultaniously. It has two rails capable of holding tanks, and six openings to pump, in this case, Xenite, into it. Here's the small ship's landing pad, where a "Rhino" Liquid Transport is parked and a Phoenix VTOL is taking off. The Phoenix has two heavy autocannons, but it must be protected by close range ships, as it has no ship to ship defences. Heres a tanker truck, filling up at the Xenite station. Apart from being carried to other stations, the trucks can actually use the Xenite as clean fuel. This is the garage. We can see another tanker truck driving out, and a tiny landing pad on top. On the pad is a Blue Streak Human Transport, which is basically the shuttle bus of the future. The short tower is a turret, made from a minifig hammer. It's one of my favorite little details. Flying in for a landing is the "turtleshell" Aqua-ship, a spacecraft made only to transport freshwater. On a distant planet like this, drinkable water is hard to come by. The workers lives depend upon the ship's arrival. You can't see it from the picture, but the bottom of the ship has two gigantic water tanks. And finally, the Fireship, putting out a blaze on the Xenite pressure pump. Let's hope that fire doesn't spread, Xenite is flamable after all.


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