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Barnt Green's Town Centre

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k50dude: Many thanks for your kind words!

kolnikov inc: Thank you! The bridge was a pain to build, first time I'd built a 'land-bridge' with ploppable water, but it came out nice! As for the farms, I'd thought that myself before. In another city (future update) I have a little suprise for the edges of farms which you may like!

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Now for some pictures of the Barnt Green railway station and town centre:

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As there are no major highways passing near by, any travel in or out of the town is by rail:

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Gratuitous close up of Matt32b's beauty of a station:

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The 'Downtown.' No big chains here, just local firms servicing local needs:

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Most people get what they need from the markets. Most food is sourced from the local farms:

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Barnt Green's Church is next up. Town meetings are held here each week, so the building really acts as a hub of the community:

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A few shots of the residential areas:

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A night shot thrown in, just so I can thank  jasoncw for the wonderful nightlighting on his Grosse Pointe Public Library:

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And to finish, a teaser for the next update; The Waterfall!:

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Thank you for viewing. Comments, suggestions and feedback always appreciated!


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Very realistic and eye-pleasing... I liked that muddy area in the second and the top of the third picture 

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