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This file was originally hosted on the EA SimCity 3000 Building Exchange. They have since removed the site and therefore it has become abandonware. I retrieved the file via the WaybackMachine. All credit goes to the original architect.

Building: A1 Clongowes Castle (79 Kb)
Architect: A1 Donal J,D,F, Neligan (4)
Date Uploaded: 11/2/1999
Tile Size: 3x3
Height: 9 blocks
Volume: 1426 blocks
Building Type: Other
Custom Decals?:  YES
Description: Castle Browne part of Clongowes Wood College. This Irish college is famous around the world for its Rugby and Academics.

 




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On 17/05/2017 at 10:41 AM, T Wrecks said:

I'm just wondering: Would it be a good idea to create a "Custodian" account for these purposes?

That could be arranged. But since these are legacy files, I don't think it matters too much either way since credit would be given.

If Cori would like to continue uploading these (as intended following Dirk's approval), it may be nice for her to receive the occasional Rep as a by-product reward for retrieving, packaging and uploading them here. With hundreds if not thousands of them, it'd require a mammoth effort after all. *;)

(Should the quality of content resemble anything to the old SC4 EA exchange, I'm guessing it's not worth restoring all of them.)

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1 hour ago, Cyclone Boom said:

....If Cori would like to continue uploading these (as intended following Dirk's approval), it may be nice for her to receive the occasional Rep as a by-product reward for retrieving, packaging and uploading them here. With hundreds if not thousands of them, it'd require a mammoth effort after all....

It may be worth setting up some kind of "I would like ..." topic .... people can go thru the old exchange and point out to Cori the ones that should be retrieved ... it should end up a more manageable list

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51 minutes ago, catty-cb said:

It may be worth setting up some kind of "I would like ..." topic .... people can go thru the old exchange and point out to Cori the ones that should be retrieved ... it should end up a more manageable list

Nice idea. Should anyone have preferences or favourite buildings they recall, it would certainly help narrow down the total. Especially with the filter list on the Wayback, the accompanying preview images are there at least to give some visual indication for anyone searching. If there really are 10,000 buildings, I suppose it's not even worth uploading 10% of them given the likely inconsistencies with quality.

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