The South Bäelhoffen State
Town of Rhodeland.
Happy Holidays! Christmas is nearing.
Crossing the Branch-line of Vivera, the train is not to far from the station platform
of Rhodeland. Outside the train is nothing but Pine Trees galore.
The trains still goes through Vivera Rails.
Not to far from the Rhodeland Station platforms.
Rocks and trees around the railways.
The Train crosses the Deerock River, which partially separates the the two states.
The states are also separated by the Ircini Sur Ranges.
The Train finally arrives at the Rhodeland Station.
This small rural town is hidden in the shadows of the Sur Valley, hidden
by the Iricini Sur Ranges. These are the local Condominiums.
The small village consist of housing which were built some 60 years ago.
And most commercial and office buildings were built some few decades ago
for the South's traditional purposes.
Since back then, when the South was much colder and Pines were more commonly used for building,
these downtown structures were built and little stone was used in some
as material transportation was expensive and difficult.
In the evening, lights flourish and make the town slightly visible from an aerial view.
The commercial and office buildings downtown are one of the oldest structures in the town.
This office building was the first in the whole town to built.
The Town Center of Rhodeland.
Cow's on the mountains are a common site in the area, since there is little flat land to farm,
the cow's are let loose in the mountain valley's with the essentials.
The Mountains harbor little amounts of fauna and are mainly bare, with grass fully exposed to
the sun's light.
This small rock pit is considered to have a extraordinary legend which is told amongst
the town to travellers and southerners.
These bridges link the two states and is now turning to main road and rail link as more
trains and vehicles occupy the routes.
Border Security patrols the road links between the South Bäelhoffen State to the Western Union.
As the powerful indpendent state of the Western Union have friendly negotiations with
the weaker South Bäelhoffen, the patrol stations are not strict to who enters the region.
Does not mean that they cannot be rational with suspicious travellers.
The road to Rhodeland is rather a fun drive with the twist and turns.
This an aerial view of Rhodeland, a small rectangular shaped town.
This railway separate, one leading to Rhodeland and another leading to other areas in the Western Union.
This is just the road to town, really nothing special.
As the Christmas holidays near [and for the record, since I am in the Southern Hemisphere, it doesn't snow on Christmas...
disappointing.] the town has decided to put up its oversized christmas tree, to show its excitement
towards the Christmas Holidays.
Who dosen't love a christmas tree covering a Car Park?
Well that concludes another entry. It's time to hop in the car and leave Rhodeland.
The next destination is somewhere, I'll get to that in the next update
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And here's an Early Merry Christmas to all.
Yes it's November but is christmas is close
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