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This post is a tour of the suburbs of Charlestown, Halifax, and Seneca. First off, Charlestown. Charlestown is a former farming community located to the east of Alexandria, on the opposite side of I-85. After I-85 and State Route 33 were built, Charlestown grew into a typical sprawling suburb. Southern Charlestown and the Parker Street exit on SR-33. Historic houses, built in the early 19th century. After the rail extension to Charlestown (which I'll discuss in the next entry), several new developments have been built around the station. Next is Halifax. Halifax has historically been (and still is) Alexandria's industrial center. Halifax is west of Alexandria and sits south of I-85 and the Halifax river. Central Halifax and the City Hall. The Eastern Halifax industrial zone. The parks towards the top of the picture were placed along the old rail viaduct's right of way. After the construction of the M Green Line, apartment buildings have sprung up around the Halifax stations due to the cheap cost of land. Finally, we have Seneca. Seneca is north of Alexandria, and it's known for its horrible traffic, due to its lack of freeways or even major arterials. Despite this, it's a fairly affluent city, and has some of the best schools in the state. An overhead view of the city. Ramsett Lake and the surrounding area. To the south is downtown Seneca. Downtown Seneca. Beside the lake is the future site of the Seneca Mall. City leaders have been promoting it as a center for job growth, while residents worry it will increase traffic.
The fire brigade arrive on scene in time to save the building but restoration work will have to take place. But in the meantime, let's have a little pre-election tour of what has been going on in Rockfield. A new interchange has been built connecting the M1, M2 and the city of Arkfield. It is very near to the agricultural farming area. Arkfield's cargo train terminal seems pretty busy Speaking of trains, the new Arkfield Central station has been officially opened! It's roof is fantastic! In conjunction with its trains, the coach center is popular for destinations around the region, one such being the newly established town of Westport (more on that later) Here is the 11.25 to A Central leaving West Bank Road station. HSTs are highly popular on this route A lot of people seem to be using the public transportation The outside of Arkfield Central Some of the roads in Arkfield Heights are really steep you know. Trucks are advised to use low gear And now, a journey to Westport! Isn't that Central Park wonderful? They have their own harbour too! Such a picturesque neighbourhood to live in! Beware of steep roads here too though Away from the hustle and bustle this is a dream town for the abstract mind Then again so is the architecture back in Arkfield but the traffic is a real off-put Something needs to be done before elections next week... Thanks for visiting! Your feedback is welcome
3,730 DownloadsIntroduction: Tourist in Jakarta uses this bus for city sightseeing Double Decker Bus as Tourist Bus: This mod replaces Tourist Bus in the game. Copy the package file to your SimCityData folder, remove your old Tourist Bus Package (if installed), and enjoy seeing this bus rides in your city. It's only texturing for the time being. because I'm frustrated with 3D modeling actually (especially the UV mapping thing). Perhaps, Oppie, Takuoma, Tobse, etc could give some tutorial. LOL Should you find any bugs, please feel free to inform me by posting a comment.