What would an account of the growth and development of a newly started city be if there weren't images lying around that just didn't make it into an update.
Here are some of those images, either untouched by any photo editor, incomplete or just lacking in character, as the powers-that-be tooled around in the City of Larson.
While planning for the highway to run through a large agriculture section on the outskirts of the City of Larson, the bottleneck
known as Route 1, leading out of the city, shows exactly why the new highway system was needed. Better now, than later.
This image shows the start of the waterfront district, or boardwalk, or whatever it will be called. It found its way to the floor because
the brightness of the beach areas couldn't be toned down without losing the feel of the rest of the scene.
This is the aerial of Cederview Cemetery. Development was slated to surround this area quickly, so not much
landscaping was completed. Due to this, it just looked bland and didn't come alive. (pun intended)
This aerial was to be combined with the start of the waterfront district, showing the literal start of the pedestrian canal system.
Shortly afterwards, the waterway was replaced with another model that ties in better with some other features being added at the moment.
One of the few night shots that exist of the City of Larson. Since the boardwalk and waterfront district isn't complete, this photo really isn't complete either.
It's also less than enthusiastic to look at beings as there aren't many unique structures yet. Incidently, commerical development is slowly
ramping up to fill in the void near the bottom middle of the image.