Welcome to one of The many suburbs of F.A.N.G.O City - St-Welhburg. The place name comes from a Tram station in Manchester, UK - St Welhburg Road. All but two of the house blocks of the Town are wooden, a Tradition building material of the Town. This was because before the town was there, it was a forest until the building of the International Airport, where Trees had to be destroyed in order for the aircraft to safely land and take-off. It has since been tradition for all the buildings to be built out of wood in a very similar style - the exceptions maybe being the Subway and Train Stations.
I suppose I better start showing you some Images of the Area so that we don't run out of time (and there is only 19 to get through!)
Welcome to St-Welhburg
A view from St-Welhburg towards the City Centre
Overhead view of St-Welhburg at night - You can also see the airport to the right
A Similar Image - Just in Daylight
The View from St-Welhburg at night towards the city - You cannot see the Cathedral because of the darkness
One of the 2 Main Hotels of St-Welhburg. This is very close to the Square.
The Ticket / Information desk for the Subway and Suburban Trains. There is no HS from St-Welhburg
St-Enoch Subway Stn - The most interesting Subway Station on the Line
Looking from the Beach
What a Place to approach and land on!
Butchers - A very interesting building from the inside
View from the Butchers
Proper Suburban houses
A view towards the Sea
The Railway Station
Back on the Train we go...
I hoped you enjoyed your tour around St-Welhburg today - Please comment below and I'll see you again soon