More like 22, but 24 is fine.
This time tomorrow then.
More like 22, but 24 is fine.
Fixed in my database.
AlexTheDacian wrote:The Szczetów Industrial Complex, a huge conglomerate of both light and heavy industry. The complex supplies the entire region with Aluminium, Chemicals, Engineering Supplies, various Goods and frozen Foods, Petroleum Fuels, Steel and Vehicle Parts. The discovery of a new deposit of coal resulted in the construction of a new coal mine right next to the already thriving complex. It is said that this industrial complex counts for more than 10% of the total industrial output of the region.
The Complex is right next to the Kielwice Harbour, regarded as one of the busiest harbours in the entire Warszlowice Fjord.
Emperor Jake wrote:The typical Japanese industrial landscape. A vast complex steelworks stretches along the coastline on reclaimed land, complete with blast furnace, coke works, basic oxygen furnace, electric arc furnace, foundry and rolling mills. Also seen are power stations and a manufacturing and distribution area. Many ships are waiting to berth, old steamers are still in use on internal slag and iron trains, while more modern diesels and electrics handle the mainline services. The city of Shimagami is nestled up against the mountains as room to build runs short.
fridaemon wrote:In collaboration with environmental activists, my company has created a lot of jobs in an industrial park near two big cities in the wooded areas. There is a bus service to the main zone and a dining center McDonald's. Employees get to work comfortably on the highway.
It was also necessary to built Recycling depot so that everything could be reused in other industries.
GarryG wrote:This screenshot based on the far north coast of NSW Australia where the main industry is farming. Its a big industry with large plantations growing Bananas, grapes, apples and other fruits, sugar cane, corn and variety of vegetables. They also provide dairying, beef cattle, sheep and fishing.
There is a large freezer distribution center on the edge of the town that the fresh produce and meats is packed and sent by train Road and ship to various locations.
Ljp wrote:The Buwood Factory Complex
The Buwood Factory has expanded in use many times over the years as more cities have come to rely on it to supply the prepared food for the area. This has meant that animals and grains need to be stored at the site and fish farms are now in the local estuary. With the recent addition of steel supplies the food can now be canned and shipped by plane to the more distant cities.
STD wrote:The industrial zone is located in the South near the city of Solikamsk. The petrochemical and steel industries are represented here, as well as the production of goods and building materials at enterprises that depend on these industries. Delivery of various resources to the industrial zone is carried out on freight trains. Trucks and shunting trains deliver goods between enterprises, and finished products are delivered by trucks to the city of Solikamsk.
temporal8 wrote:The Wredtown distribution center handles the logistics of all the industries in the area and distributes throughout the country mainly with trucks that travel along its magnificent highways.
The workers who work in this large strategic complex come from their homes by train, bus and their own cars, some of them work in the loading and distribution area while others work in its modern office complex.
Hundreds of trucks come and go all day from different parts of the country, the movement never stops, except at lunch time when many choose to eat a delicious sandwich under the shade of a tree or next to the fountains in the office area.
The PM has been received and its another good one ...
A small, secluded beach in a little frequented area. You can find here a bar, a lighthouse or a place to pitch a tent, but there is no way to look for expensive hotels and big ships - only a few small boats sailing at sea
Welcome to the contest.
Here's a beach for OpenTTD players: Maho Beach in Sint Maarten. This real beach is famous for its proximity to Runway 10 at Princess Juliana International Airport.
Guess I should make a few object images of umbrella and towels floating in the water that the plane blew there.
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