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Mt. Plains (Riverfront District)

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I have extended Mt. Plains to include a number of more suburban areas to the west of the city of Port Matthew. This one is on the riverfront on a bend before it gets to the industrial Arrinson (which we may or may not ever get to).

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Why not start with an overview? This particular section is built on a small city tile to the south of the original Mt. Plains, and adds about 15000 to the overall population of the suburb.

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Riverfront Park stretches along the northern riverbank, providing a nice spot for those summer barbecues or a comfortable stroll along the river in the springtime.

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The eastern edge of Riverfront Park.

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And the western edge of said park. This is home to a more wealthy subsection of PM society, who have extremely easy access to the Mt. Plains Brewery. No drunk driving for these guys!

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The aforementioned wealthy PMers have a perfect view of this area directly across the river.

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And the rest of the southern bank.

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Back on the north side of the river we have Mt. Plains South Elementary School and Mt. Plains Jr. High School, as well as a nearby park and the sporting grounds for both schools to share.

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And we have a pleasant area to the east of the schools, including Shibahara Station.

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And we'll close with another overview, this one at night.

Thank you to all who tune in from time to time to see what's being built in my humble city! I appreciate all the views and the comments!


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Oh, it's junior high schoolers and elementary school kids. They use the field at separate times, so it is never a problem :D ! Outside of school hours, the kids usually go to different places and the junior high schoolers and the elementary school kids have different hang outs.

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