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Lessly: Burnshalvee

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Burnshalvee is the second largest city on the island of Lessly. Burnshalvee is the main shipping sector on the island and has most of the port on the island. Most of the island inport and exports go through Burnshalvee's ports. Also several Pasific shipping companies choose Lessly to put their headquarter on. This is the downtown district of Burnshalvee.

Lower Left: Lessly Shipping Headquarters Building                    -built in 1941

Lower right: Oakalah Shipping Industry's Headquarters             -built in 1968

Center right: Pasific shipping Industry's Building                          -built in 1980

Center (right building) Lessly Manufacturing Headquarters      -built in 1972

Center (left building) Lessly Municipal Court Building                -built in 1974

Top left- Lessly City Hall                                                                    -built in 1976


This is another view of downtown

lover center: Pasific Stock Exchange                                 -built in 1971

lover left : Grand Pasific Hiltion                                           -built in 1991

center: Georkey Stadium                                                      -built in 1965


Over view of all of downtown, you can also see the 101 loop downtown tunnel that runs dirictly under the downtown district.


This is the shipping district these are mostly high tech manufacturing industrys.


These are the two manufacturing plants of ANZ corporation which were both built a few years after ANZ was established on Lessly


This is the Russels Lighthome built in 1785 it was for a little over 200 years the light beacon for the ports of Lessly but in 1985 newer and more effecent radar systems built in the newer cargo carriers put the lighthouse out of commision, but today it stands as an island lankmark and can be visited by the public.


Another view of the ports and some apts on the north side of Burnshalvee


This is the manufacturing sector of Lessly, most of the islands major producers in Lessly such as Pasific Cork incorporation, and Lessly Steel Industeries are located in this district just southwest of downtown Burnshalvee.


This is the Lessly International Communications tower it was built in 1959 and had been used ever since as the main communication tower that connects Lessly to the rest of the west and east coasts of the Pasific Ocean,


Finally a second look at the Lessly International Air-port located on the southern end of Burnshalvee.

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