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New Yes City: Update 1

I have decided to start talking about my little city going on. Currently, a fine amount of my pictures have been based in it (Some have not been published yet). I'd like to share some updates about the city. Since this is the first one, I'll show the history of the city.

 

Here's how it looked on February 17:

New Yes City - Feburary 17, 2015

 

Looks nice. Have not received the Polaris I Space Lab.

February 22:

New Yes City - February 22, 2015

 

I've added the train track to the side of the city. I wish I could have a monorail, but they seem so expensive. Which makes sense. Other minor things have been done.

March 19:

New Yes City - March 19, 2015 (Cropped)

 

Ah, here we go! Big changes. Besides the Polaris-I Space Lab to the left, I expanded the colonized part completely. A lake now sits with an orange observation tower. A basketball court has been added. That blue building. A clock.

And here's how it looks as of now:

New Yes City - March 23, 2015

The biggest thing I've done since the 19th is moving the large light gray baseplates to near the Polaris Space Lab. I wasn't using them in the large base I have, so I moved them to place things in "unexplored land". The "Airport" section (with the light gray roads and all the spaceships) best marks the section between colonized city and exploration/spaceship city.

Speaking of the Polaris-I Space Lab, I did extensive work to it. Here's how it looked before:

Frank 94-2-1

Many parts are faded or missing.

And then here it is today:

Frank 102-1

These are the same parts (except for the new ones). It looks much nicer now, doesn't it? I could still clean up the baseplate, but I just have not yet. Additionally, I have received parts that were missing from the set.

If you have any questions, or want to know more, ETC, let me know! Thanks for checking out!

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