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 Bay County is a SC4 Large city lot, with four incorporated towns and a sparkling of farms and manufactured homes on the various country roads. 

Merrywood has a population of roughly 1,750,

Carriage Park has a population of roughly 750

Deer Park has a population of roughly 750

Empire Bay (Mafia II broke my creative mind) and various unincorporated areas have a population of roughly 3,500.

-First picture below shows Empire Bay, a town located on Empire Bay, one of two inlets into the region. 

Empire Bay hosts roughly 3000 citizens who work primarily in an industrial setting.  This picture is 150 years after its founding, the newer homes and commercial properties have for the most part moved the older style out of town. The original homes that filled this city can be seen the center of the picture directly above the railroad station. Empire Bay's railroads act as a transport by-way, goods move from the out-of-region states to the south to the counties eastward and rarely make they're stop in Bay County itself. 

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-Main Picture Group 1

This chapters focus. 

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-Second picture here shows the town of Deer Park. Founded just a few years after Empire Bay, the original houses still exist for the most part unchanged.

Deer Park is just now beginning to feel the economic depression that the other smaller towns in the region are feeling. 

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-Picture numero three-o.  Carriage Park follows Deer Park closely, however it is more rapidly falling into economic depression. 

Carriage Park had a future that has, for the most part, halted. Unused streets, large spaces where trees were removed and nothing placed in they're spot, are all examples of the depression that has fallen on my region entirely by accident. 

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-Picture four, Merrywood. Initially an unincorporated extension of Empire Bay, it grew during a time of economic growth, and over the last few years has begun to fall with the rest of the region. Original homes intact for the most part.

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I think that is an unecessary railline in the first picture. It becomes elevated and crosses water. Very expensive, and very out of the way. Overall, there is great potential.

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