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Francisca Bay Bridge

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The old I-16 Ferry terminal stands relativity vacant now. The Francisca Bay Bridge has been completed. Now connecting both sides of the bay. Having no need for any ferries to cross anymore.

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The only people there go for the beach really. The weather may not be nice today, but that doesn't mean fishing is out of the question. Plus the cool autumn breezes are perfect for windsurfers and surfers alike.

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The Francisca Bay Bridge (Also known as the Francisca Inlet Bridge) Was completed on October the first. It took about 1/2 a year to complete (started March of that same year.) A rather quick build for such an ambitious project. All together the bridge cost almost 25million. Surely that cost was worth it for bridging such a gap. Now uniting both sides of the bay and who knows what else.


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Great job, really realistic :) Maybe Sandalwood could use a KFC as it's first commercial chain.

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Brilliant work Marsh :thumb: What you can do with a little MMP's and some mods is simply magic!

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OMG, you've started another beautiful City Journal!!
YOU'VE ALREADY GOT ME ON THE EDGE OF MY SEAT!!!

AWESOME! AWSOME!

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Well I think it was a time for well organized spectacle city developing and evolution of region story in Cj section and you are finally providing it for our pleasure. Thank you and keep up the good work, I really am a true follower :) Your skills and talent for PAINTING scenes is remarkable.

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DCmetro, 1000000000, Mamaluigi, Zulu, nick, 111222333444, haydon1996, escilnavia, yarahi, Huston, Vlasky & Evillions: Thank you all for commenting :)

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