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Lindsay Bros. was founded in 1884 and eventually became one of the largest manufacturers of agricultural implements in the United States. In 1892, the company constructed this factory building in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The building still stands in the city's Walker's Point neighborhood.

This lot is wall-to-wall and modded for industrial (I-m), but would look right at home in a grittier commercial district as well.

  • 7x3 growable and ploppable I-m lots
  • Provides 348 jobs
  • MaxisNite and DarkNite versions included
  • DarkNite requires the Day and Nite Modd

Installation Instructions:

1. Download either the DarkNite OR MaxisNite version. If you are unsure, choose the MaxisNite version. Attempting to use both versions in your Plugins at the same time may cause conflicts.

2. Unzip the .zip and move its contents into your Documents > SimCity4 > Plugins folder.

3. Enjoy!

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nederfiets

  • 5
   1 of 1 member found this review helpful 1 / 1 member

This building is screaming for a conversion to creative office space and retail ;-)

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Tyberius06

  • 5
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Very nice addition, very nice building. Do you mind if I reuse this nice building on one of my Seaport lots? :)

Thank you to sharing this!

- Tyberius

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raynev1

  • 5
  

Very nice , 5/5 . Thank you for sharing .

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SimNation

  • 5
  

Another masterpiece thank you.

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Harmonyisme3

  • 5
  

Reminds me of the buildings in my hometown. Love it!

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PaleoCardio

  • 5
  

Great building and love all those windows!! 

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Glaub

  • 5
  

Great Job! It is a lovely Midwestern building. Reminds me of some buildings in Omaha

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tariely

  • 5
  

Nofunk ! Nofunk ! Nofunk ! (can you tel I'm a fan ?) Please keep on batting !

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sejr99999

  • 5
  

thank you  always instant download of your work  love this building

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Jack_wilds

  • 5
  

awesome, very well done... 5/5...  like the subject and model... brick textures spot on

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will62russ

  • 5
  

Yet another quality art of work from a BAT master.  A must have for your grindy parts of town you would not wish to be lost in.  Thanks for sharing. 

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JP Schriefer

  • 5
  

Amazing building you did, nofunk! A wonderful addition to STEx and it's aways good too see you around :yes:

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