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East End



East End Introduction

East End is a collection of neighborhoods in the northeast part of Wescester. Here are some of the most diverse streets of Westramine.

One can travel from the ritzy Bloomingrove Cross...


To the East End Industrial Park not 5 minutes to the southeast.


On the North edge of the valley lies a small commercial district and a large commerce park.




Grampian Boulevard runs all along the north edge of the valley from Loyalsock Creek in the East to Arch Street near Central Westramine. The Regional Medical Center is located on Grampian, and Shaw Park is not far from there.


Southeast of Shaw Park is Warren Elementary School.


Follow Euclid Avenue east two blocks and it ends at College Town, a small commercial district that grew around the old Mansner College campus.


And finally, a peek at Mansner College:


Thank you everyone for stopping by and reading!


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I definitely saved some of these pics for inspiration in my own region....are the courts in Shaw Park your own creation? I like how they are fenced in

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You did an excellent job on the layout and zoning, very clean and high on the realism. My only suggestion would be to use some custom pieces to break up the street grid. Even then you used the fractional angle pieces to great effect, and the angled streets were just as good. Well done.

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Thank you all for the comments! They really do mean a lot!

Bluthlucidity: I try to use FAR to either serve as a backbone to an alternatively-aligned neighborhoods or to avoid geographical obstacles, although more recently, I've just been throwing them in everywhere to add interest.

ja/att: Thanks! Those tennis courts are here: http://sc4devotion.com/csxlex/lex_filedesc.php?lotGET=1749

In other news, I've been working on a new city, a (hopefully) large scale metropolis inspired by Philadelphia.

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