First of all, I'd like to say I was quite flattered with such positive comments, especially from well-known CJers as Blakeway, Schulmanator and TekindusT! Thanks!
Frdm920: So sorry! Is it Perth? (I reaaaallly hope so). Thanks!
Picard: Thnaks, glad to hear that!
Schulmanator: A duck?!? Thanks!
Wallacet: I thought I'd do something different to add a degree of depth. Thanks!
JGellock: Thanks! I hope to see you commenting!
Blakeway: Mountain suburb? Heheheh, thats a cool name!
While as seen in the last entry, the eastern area is quite low-density. The Northern Bank of the river is quite high density, with a more older neighbourhood feel. It is also home to the A-1 and the A-2 Freeways, of which meet in a giant double trumpet interchange (I will show this in its entirety later, all you get now is sneak peeks at little bits ), as well as the B-26.
Now for some pics!
Some modern Euro-styled apartment amongst some more traditional houses, overlooking the river.
The Blackmoor signature: Trees and parks at every turn amongst the buildings.
This bridge leads to the Middle Island. The island is a major congestion point, as many drivers converge onto St. Andrews Parade.
Middle Island. Today the traffic is a little better.
Ah! This is the A-2 crossing the river, heading west. The middle lane is used for continuing along the A-2 in a westerly direction, while the outer lane goes north/south on the A-1, or off onto St. Andrews Pde.
More interchangey goodness. To avoid weaving, it has 3 entry ramps and 4 exit ramps, instead of 2 of each on a normal interchange.
The buildings and the freeway.
A good photo to photoshop, maybe?
This inner-city neighbourhood can be quite congested at times.
Dun dun! Traffic!
A roads are the highest priority; they are not allowed to have any at-grade intersections. B roads are not allowed to have at-grade intersections, except with A roads. Here is an infamous example, the A-1/B-26 interchange.
Finally a nice nature shot to tie it all up.
Hope you enjoyed! Please comment!