''There is nothing permanent except change.''
Heraclitus , 4th century BC
Year after year, kings Town grew and expanded. Three store townhouses raised around the Town Hall. The area developed more. Beatifications added. A town which is alive and matures.
Part 1: The Paved District and Farmers Market
The Paved District is the most distinctive area of the town. The red brick pavement makes a wonderful contrast with the roundish cobblestone pavements. Chain walls used to prevent cars parked over the pavements. Nicely trimmed cypresses are planted on wonderful tree beds matching with the delicate retro lamps. This low traffic district is indeed the Talk of The Town.
( I used two different decals-redbrick and cyclic cobblestone, propped cypresses, tree beds, cars, postboxes, retro lamps, wheelie bins, two way signs, road lane stripe at the end of the pathway,benches and UK phone booths)
-The Farmers Market Overview
The heart of agriculture. Fresh and nutritious food directly from the producers. Kings' Town Farmers Market is the very core of its identity. Its a marketplace open for every local producer and citizen. From left to right, Hawks' farmer markets assets plopped next to Soldyne's props. Popcorn,Ice cream and food carts added too. Picnic Pavilions, public restroom, gazebo and a grill for hungry visitors. Any gaps filled with concrete brushes.
Added walls on municipal crematory
Part 2: Pathway decorations and St. Andrews beautification project
Walls out of rocks frames the pathways from farmers market to St.Andrews Church. Added some more flora too.
St.Andrews walled , more flora added plus tombs. Corners on the opposite side walled and used tree beds.
Corners brushed with concreted, addedparking lots, cars and parking signs
A better view than previous entry
At the end of the paved district there was a roundabout. Now added with oaks and red shady trees, rock wall, RHD chevron and roundabout signs on each entrance
Part 3: Farmhouses
Except the industrial farms , there are also many farmhouses. I used UK poles with wire, farm fences, garages and a small dutch house (1x1). I also plopped cows, flowers, bicycles,chickens, wall ivies, cars, stones, stonewall, well, wheelie bins,tractor and its load, fertilizer truck, small props such as barrels, boxes etc. Except the 3 houses everything else plopped.
This farmhouse is located at the eastern entrance of Kings Town. View to the Black Lake's road and rail.
This Farmhouse is located at the northern part of the Kings Town peninsula. Located to the newly founded recycle plant of Kings Town. It has direct access to the national road.
Again , except the houses everything else plopped.
I also used the national road safety pillars for rural areas keeping the reservation barriers for more urban areas.
I hope you liked this entry !
Enjoy the Journey !