I've posted here before about the realism of my wormholes and such, but I feel this question better fits the forums context of how it wants questions.
I have multiple wormholes that are within the atmospheres of two terran planets in the same solar system, and they require roughly one week to cross from one to the other right. The general issue is that technology is Victorian-esque, 19th, early 20th century with some handwavium here and there obviously.
The issue I'm having is both what would be used to travel between them if someone could help with that, but pertaining to the rules, my main issue is - what is worth the travel, maintenance, skill expertise expenses to bring something of value to the other side.
I keep thinking of what if there was a wormhole that existed in real-life, and another empire equivalent to our technology armed the native americans with muskets or bolt-action rifles and vaccines to stem the European onslaught, etc. Yet, that's not necessarily benevolent trade.
Would metals and gemstones, or equipment be ferried over more? The general issue would be the quantity of what can be brought over not the quality...