Discussion in 'Alternate History Maps and Graphics' started by Kanan, Jan 11, 2018.
Hey we all have our politician who we choose to meme and ignore all faults Bc we want to believe there is such thing as a good politician. For a friend of mine, it's Hillary Clinton, for some its Bernie Sanders, for me it's Jeb Bush
I mean if I were actually miffed about it, I'd have said something much worse. I'm just busting your balls.
I see that even alternate timelines offer no escape from the iron grip of Tory privatization
I did enjoy the irony of Bernie declaring a dubious national emergency.
What National Party candidates are running in 2020?
except Bernie's not head of government ITTL
Was Greater London really that big in the 60s?
Pretty much. Middlesex was folded in 1965 OTL so something similar TTL is likely.
Kudos to you for getting people to live on Inishowen, let alone a large-for-Donegal settlement named after a Southern Unionist...
I presume some kind of demographic relocation scheme?
Kanan, for that map...
Persians are actually the best thing on the planet and no one can say otherwise
2003 Lake Compounce update!
In 2003, Nickelodeon Universe, a new kids area on the south end of the park, opens, with a plethora of flat rides, the Fairly Odd Coaster a small scale recreation of the Wildcat built by PTC, and Rugrats Runaway Reptar, a Vekoma 342m Suspended Family Coaster. These two coasters bring the total number to 6.
2004: It's a new flat ride! Specifically, Paramount is adding American Flyers, a Larson International Flying Scooters. And the good people at Bolliger & Mabillard will be seen at the park at the end of the year...
Next week: American Flyers opens, and speculation grows over B&M's presence at the park.
Click here to provide input on the 2005 flat ride!
What's the flag on the far left in the UK Map?
This one? This is the Ulster Banner.
How humongous must modern day London be.
How much you wanna bet that it covers the entire southern half of the island?
I'd believe that, modern day London probably goes as far south as brighton, as far east to the sea, goes far to the west and north past Cambridge
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