A small rundown station house and the gravel path leading to it briefly break up the monotony of two parallel railway tracks running through the grass covered plains from horizon to horizon. The station house is a small wooden construction, barely sturdy enough to withstand wind and weather. Two double doors lead to the gravel path on one side and the the railway tracks on the other. The rails are flanked by the masts of a telegraph line and a dirt track, mostly used by maintenance vehicles and crews. The cables of the telegraph line disappearing into the station house indicate that it doubles as a telegraph office.