Samerton: Thank you!
Fresh air, the sound of ships moving, sails everywhere, the smell of fresh fish... It's the Port of Dupont.
The port as seen from an airplane.
The rail station that connects the port with the industrial area.
The warehouses in Dupont make an excellent view of the surrounding mountains.
The parking spots in the Port are often empty. The City Hall has been handling demolition requests.
The rail tracks begin next to the port and go between the mountains and stop in a small village called Clawst.
Dupont freightyard seen from the roof of the warehouse. Built in 1833, the freightyard is pretty small.
The rolling mountains in Dupont are best sighted from the docks.
Sailboats dock in the Port and wait until they are used again.
The warehouses store various goods such as food, cans and metals.
Well, see you in the next update. But I was really most surprised when I saw this:
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