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Midtown Sunderland is just north and east of Downtown. It is made up of mostly Middle to Upper Class residents and several service businesses.
Cumberland Central High School, grades 9-12, is named for CaptainJames F Cumberland who discovered the valley.
Sunderland Central Terminal, the Primary rail station in Sunderland, and the Church of St Mary, located a couple blocks east of the High School
A few blocks Southwest of the Terminal is Park View, comprised of some of the wealthiest Urban Dwellers of Sunderland. Park Av, Lower Court St, Park Place and Park Ct are reserved for the creme de la creme of downtown society. Also pictured is the Metro Museum and Saintsaviour Church.
Crossroads is the Central intersection of Sunderland. It used to be very busy, but people have begun using the extensive underground metro and mall system to commute from uptown to downtown. It is and Integral part of the Theatre District (The Regal and Odeon are located here, along with three underground/indie/community theatres) that continues to the southwest.
North on State Street will bring us to the main part of Midtown. To the West(right) is Shaftsbury Av, another classy neighborhood. To the East(left) is a middle class neigborhood that fades to low wealth and industry.
The Jerome Avenue Exit of the Motorway. Maynard Street is traditionally the border between Midtown and Lower Trumbull, a slightly poorer neighborhood wedged between the Motorway and the River.
And a map of the area we covered in todays update:
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