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Melbourne of 1905 (Introduction)



Welcome to Melbourne, founded in 1876, as we progress with it to modern days, we decide to start looking at it in 1905.


A small overview of the main town area, quite small isn't it?

Just over a 1000 people live in Melbourne, a small part of town isn't shown where some older houses are located.


This area screams out a bit urban, as 3-4 storey shops like, the old Clocktower sits at this 4-way intersection, also there is Weathermax's Pharmacy and a small local corner shop, and to clarify, the "Sears" isn't the one we're thinking of, its a small hardware service store (for now)


A overview of North area of Downtown. Where the Pit Theatre was built at to hosting old plays, though they are getting a bit dated and rather boring.


Finally, the small school that asides next door to main downtown it self.

Thats all for this "small" update of this smalltown, next time we travel to the village of Melbourne, we'll be in the year 1909, where a major event happens.


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