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1935-1945

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1935-1945

Continuing, we move on to the year 1935, with the construction of a new industrial area. Part of the state's industrial seven-year programme, they've decided to construct industrial plants near the railway.

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Two years earlier than expected, in 1940, this overview shows the completed area to the right:

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Slowly expanding, by 1945, the city had grown with some new residential development as well as another industrial area. Also, an asphalt road have been constructed through the town.

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Until next time, feel free to comment, and make any suggestions you'd like. ;)


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The city is developing pretty fast (medium-sized buildings already), maybe you should slow down the development a little... Good CJ btw!

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 The pictures have a nice historic feel to them. I agree with the comment made that development may be a bit fast...but it looks GREAT!

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I've never followed you at SC4D because I don't post on its forums, but I'll stick to this CJ in ST. Fantastic job, so far!

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Its actually a pretty good looking European town. As far as I've seen, towns did look like this,medium developement in the center surrounded by farmland, during this time. Love the old-looking photos.

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Nice development shots.

And nice wide curves from the rural roads plugin. I think I have to try that out. Do the curves show up in the regional traffic view?

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Replies:

ImVhOzzi: Thanks!

JGellock: Thank you!

TekindusT:
Thanks!

MayorAwesome: Tack så mycket!

ferben:
Trevligt att du gillar det!

shyguy from SC4D: Yup, that's true. Thanks!

n_wilson: Thank you! And no, they don't show up in the traffic view.

Paulobergonci: Time will tell, time will tell...

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