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Super-Mega-Massive-Update-1

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Super Mega Massive Update 1 

I know I said that I wasn't going to update before New Year but I have actually done quite a lot, about 1/5 of the road network and the first commericials! 

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A Google Maps overview of the area


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A Sim City View of the area, try and pick out the same things


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A finished Hengistbury Head (About time too!)


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A small-ish modern church facing Southbourne Coast Road


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Saint Katherines Church Of England Church and a few shops facing onto Belle Vue Road and you can just see the edge of Saint Peters Catholic Comprehensive School


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Some Suburban Shops and St Katherines Church of England Primary School


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And one big final overview of the area


That's it for today but stay tuned for more and keep well! Bye


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This is an excellent CJ! I just started viewing this (read all 8 updates in 10 minutes and was amazed )

Cheers,
-Kristian

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Plane-Crash12000: Aha, they are groynes, you see them on most beaches here. Wooden or concrete barrier built at right angles to a beach in order to block the movement of material along the beach by longshore drift. Groynes are usually successful in protecting individual beaches, but because they prevent beach material from passing along the coast they can mean that other beaches, starved of sand and shingle, are in danger of being eroded away by the waves. These areas are down-drift of the groyne. This happened, for example, at Barton-on-Sea in Hampshire, England, in the 1970s, following the construction of a large groyne at Bournemouth.

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