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Baltimore Railways; Sherwood to D.C.; Tarraunt Stop

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                                               Baltimore Railways

Baltimore Railways is continuing on, this time, it is building its Turraunt stop, then to be countinued on to D.C.!

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Turraunt County is system of 3 towns, consisting of North, South, and Central Turraunt, with S. Turraunt being the smallest, and Central Turraunt the largest. All of which border the Sherwood Sate Forest and are slightly South of the town of Sherwood.

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Central Turraunt is a bustling comunity, with a Downtown consisting of 3 stores, and a small reginal bus station. However, Turraunt

will grow more, due to the fact that it is another location for one of the stops on the Sherwood-D.C. Railways!

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The site for the station was chosen, a small plot of land beetween Herys and Donalds Farms. However, the station site was to be built on top of the Jhonsons and the Vladamiers homes, who had 1 month to move out.15.gif

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The homes were buldozed, a station built, trees cleared,and the route layed.

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More trees were cleared and more track layed.

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The rail continued through the Sherwood State Forest, which was allowed to be built so that overpriced Dinner Trains could run beetween

Sherwood, Topaz, and Turraunt.

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After the line was completed, buisness in Turraunt rose. A few houses were built next to the station, and some more shops were built including,

Batteries That Don't Work R*US

Kevins Krappy Kassets, and

Toms Overpriced Souviners

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And along the previously "undeveloped" peninsula, a small comunity set up. The Jhonsons and the Vladimeirs were also givin new

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Hopfuly the new station will lead to more development in the future!18.gif

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Blue: Completed Track

Green: Track Under Construction

Red: Future Construction/ Rout Not Planned Out Yet.

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Untill Next Time!

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Well _marsh_ yours is one of the very, VERY few CJ's I read, and I've just read it cover to cover, and I gotta say that I'm impressed.
In fact, there are several ideas in here I'm tempted to rip off and use in my own city.

The way you've done your State Forest and your logging venture, in particular, appeal to me.

Very well done, and I think you've put a huge amount of effort in - I'm so glad that you were inspired enough by my CJ to create one of your own - it's very flattering.  I never thought by documenting my own city I'd have established, popular and experienced CJ'ers like you adopt some of my techniques - it's really cool.  I think some of the names (black text on dark trees) are hard to read but that's just nit-picking and meant to be constructive criticism.

Good work and I've bookmarked you... I'm really looking forward to seeing where this goes, and I hope you don't mind if I incorporate some of your ideas into my own game-play?

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"Good work and I've bookmarked you... I'm really looking forward to seeing where this goes, and I hope you don't mind if I incorporate some of your ideas into my own game-play?"

Thanx!

P.S. Sure go ahead!

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Very nice! I am excited to see your Baltimore grow! I lived 15 miles south of Baltimore in RL and Baltimore was always a fun city to go to!

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