As some of you may have noticed, I'm usually all about the eye-candy, but I want to make it functional as well (and soon maybe actually play a longlasting game, for a change). Anyways, I tend to fall into a pattern, so lately I've tried to switch things up by going early 20th century subtropical, which is, well, interesting and fun!
Starting off with my little sawmill, deep into the jungle. It get its wood from both land and sea, before the timber is transported to the nearest furniture factory.
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Really makes me wish there was a proper town building set for subtropical climate
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Wikipedia wrote:The railway became famous for its route through the Maeklong Railway Market, nicknamed (Thai: ตลาดร่มหุบ; RTGS: Talat Rom Hup), meaning the "umbrella pulldown market". It is one of the largest fresh seafood markets in Thailand, and is centred on the Maeklong Railway's track. Whenever a train approaches, the awnings and shop fronts are moved back from the rails, to be replaced once the train has passed
Was supposed to be my entry for the Screenshots Competiton, but I think I might have a go on a different railroad. I think this is too similar to my last entry, and I'm not sure I was able to recreate the Maeklong that well - although the railroad does get lost all in all the noise, like in real life . I think I also missed the mark on what kind of train is used.
Video from the real market here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2sxuAm569IY
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