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Papierkorb Baume
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Means Trash Trees, a dirty forest that actually developed. If you're humble enough, you can survive in the heat (a phrase).
About this creation

A top view and a view of the countryside. Some simple houses traditionaly built that everyone lives in.

This is the industrial side, rich with coal and ores. Many trains go by, with a deafining sound of the horn.

A power plant that supplies a good amount of energy for the small area. Too weak for a bustling city, and disposes heavy smog, blinding healthy eyes in the blink of, umm, yeah, an eye.

A train station, including oil for trains, a cargo crane, and a train stop used often.

I wanted to have fun with the soil, so here's the rise of industry.


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  January 14, 2009
We do stick a lot of useless junk on our good dirt, huh. Nice work. I like the small scale but haven't really tried it yet. see ya. garth
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  January 13, 2009
Fantastic little built, I like the contrast of the two different views!
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  January 2, 2009
Great little mini! Really looks like a power plant. Hehheh, liked that "in the blink of an.. um.. well, eye." bit. Thanks for adding me as a favourite builder!
Kenneth Kotani
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Mike Bernd
  December 31, 2008
Quite good, it has a real industrial feel to it. That layer of dirt is a subtle but nice touch.
By Kenneth Kotani
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