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Blackmoor goes Rural

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Whilst Blackmoor is mostly urban/suburban, the city-state has two exclaves. Anderlake is a few kilometres west of Blackmoor, located on the Andebarian border.


The Anderlake Causeway. It was built to serve as a corridor for the A2, as well as a regional railway. The construction transformed the bay into a freshwater lake.


The Aysense Canal. This irrigation canal actually serves as the international border.


The mouth of the Aysense Canal. Crossing it is the Aysense-Solene Friendship Bridge.


Just thought I'd show off my almost seamless PEG Ppond Brigantine Water Mod transition... 44.gif


The canal with a railway line above it.

Hope you enjoyed! And now you can rate this CJ, so please rate it well!


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Great update, ROFLyoshi. I'm really impressed by the transition; You're absolutely right, it's almost seamless!  

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