Started by vilvoh, May 02, 2012, 04:06:28 PM
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QuoteRiver Therte is a tributary of River Canterflow (a.k.a. River Waterbourne). Near its source, the terrain is pretty sheer, with big mountains and deep valleys. Since the Meyer Moving Company made big bucks having complete monopoly of passenger and cargo transportation in that province, the Public Service sort of compel it to build the very difficult line between Telford and Newquay, both villages below 1500 inhabitants. The line would be a loss from the beginning, but it is common knowledge in Thyrgland that the Prime Minister's mother-in-law is from Telford and he wants a quick communication, specially to Telford. Both villages are at the same height and the Meyer took it as a challenge to build a level direct railway, with no turns or slopes. The viaduct over River Therte is what appears in the photograph.