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Let's hit the city - (L

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Update eleven

Heyho and welcome to the eleventh update of my journal. Today I will introduce you my secound bigger city of the region, It's called Lòng Chèng. The city is located on the dragon's head. But because only parts are finished you will only see some detailed pictures of some streets.

The first place I'm going to show you is the central station and some buildings around it.

Every half an hour A JR500 arrives from or departures to Longhù. And every ten minutes a commuter train of the local "Dragera rail cooperation" headds to the airport, to Dà Nàng or along the dragoneye boulevard. (They are useing Tokyu 5050 as their main transport vehicles.)

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This station is one od the ends of the main light rail line:

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A nice building along the main rail line...

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The citie's main libary hides behind skyscrapers...

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The most beautyful temple of the city does not so...

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This is one of the smaller transfer stations, it's kinda hideing behind the buildings around it. A train to Dà Nàng just arrived at this moment.

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In my opinion this is one of the most beautyful intersections of the city:

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And the final pic of today shows a Tokyo5050 driveing along the Dragoneye Boulevard

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I hope you have enjioed this update :)

Comments and constructive critics are as always very welcome.

Greetings from Lòng Chèng, Skimbo :)


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Amazing update Skimbo! The detail on everything is wonderful.

May I ask where you got the el rail station in the 2nd pic?

Thanks,
DC


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Where did you get that awesom awesome awesome blue building in the third pic? Love your downtowns and your rural areas. Infact, i love everything. Amazing work.

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