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Unity Station is a railway station in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas located along the Brown Streak Railroad line in San Andreas. It is located in northwest El Corona and just south of Little Mexico.

The Unity Station Sign, as depicted in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.


Located on the northwestern corner of El Corona in southern Los Santos, Unity Station is one of two railway stations in Los Santos that is served by the Brown Streak Railroad, the other being Market Station. It is based along the main line that runs from east to west and located just outside the west end of Market Tunnel. Its parking lot and surrounding pedestrian malls are strongly controlled by the gang Varrios Los Aztecas.

The station itself is grand in appearance, with a large but inaccessible terminal building on the north side of the tracks and a well designed layout. The station has two platforms on a branching off the mainline, one of which leading to a depot, and the other two running from east to west on the main line. Both platforms are linked via an underground tunnel on the western end of the station grounds, and the station building's western side features a sheltered and hedged plaza. Only the southern platform is sheltered.

The player can replenish their health or eliminate hunger at Sprunk vending machines around Unity Station, and an MP5 pickup also spawns at the station west of the parking lot.

Unity Station, by name and appearance, is seemingly based on the real life Union Station in Los Angeles.


Type of station: Ground

Type of platforms: Side

Number of platforms: 2

Prominent appearances in GTA San Andreas

Unity Station is seen during the mission "Cesar Vialpando", wherein Carl Johnson competes in a lowrider contest, and eventually meets Cesar Vialpando at Unity Station. The player can also choose to do lowrider contests again later on at Unity Station.

Unity Station also plays a role in the mission "Wrong Side of the Tracks", where Los Santos Vagos and San Fierro Rifa gang members take part in a narcotics exchange, before being interrupted and chased by Carl and Big Smoke.

The station is also featured during "Los Desperados", when CJ and Cesar meet up with Cesar's fellow gang veterans to reclaim their lost territory in El Corona.