Project Nordlys is a map project detailing the lore and progression of two nations in the North Sea off the coast of The United Kingdom. The Opdagelse Islands make up the larger nation with a growing population of ~52,000 inhabitants and it's capital in Tardebigge. The Opdagelse Islands are a part of the United Kingdom and are a part of Scotland however, they have their own local government. The Forbut Islands make up the smaller nation with a small population of ~4,400 inhabitants and its capital in Blaenhonddan.
2. The Opdagelse Islands
Map (see below)
Capital | Tardebigge
Largest City | Coniston
Population | 52,001
Language(s) | English (Official), Danish
Major Religion(s) | Christianity
Ethnic Groups | White Scottish (81%), White Other British (14%), Asian, Asian Scottish or Asian British (1%), Other (4%).
Major Exports | Fish, Oil
A storm batters the Main Station in the capital. All station buildings on the railway network are designed to withstand heavy wind, snow and rain. This is the start point of the Pan Island High Speed Rail. Built in 2012 as a part of the 2050 Nordlys Transport Vision which includes the construction of brand new highways, airports, ship ports and railway lines.
The storm clears up and flights are allowed to resume. Emirates' flight from Edinburgh continue onto Tardebigge every Monday and Thursday. The daily flight to London-Heathrow is seen taking off. Airport Parkway station can be seen in the bottom right as well as the Airport BRT station in the top left.
Grendon's Highspeed Station is connected to the surrounding towns by the Midway Hills BRT. Painted in a bright red and yellow livery, the Vanhool EquiCity buses were brought over on a ship from Belgium prior to the completion of the BRT Line in 2011. The line was opened a year before the high speed rail. The station is also served by feeder buses which are complimentary with a ticket for the High Speed Rail.
More to come soon... The final savegame will be published without the railway lines upon the completion of the highways.
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