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A Wagon Train can transport goods between settlements over land, and can be automated to do so.


The covered wagon became a staple of transport for crossing the open swathes of North America, and grew to become an icon of American expansion. Colonists would often make the journeys into the West in great Wagon Trains, so they could rest assured in mutual safety. A number of well-worn wagon trails emerged, with the Oregon Trail becoming the most famous. Yet even with the benefit of trodden trails and safety in numbers, wagon trains faced many dangers, including the attacks of bandits or angered natives, ferocious weather and disease.