Discussion in 'Alternate History Maps and Graphics' started by Kanan, Jan 11, 2018.
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.
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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
Well I suppose that's what you get if you dodge the Blitz. I'd quite like to see this super-London, I expect the Underground is considerably beefier than OTL. Metroland to the max is what I'm imagining right now.
as of 2018, London itself (the area under the control of the Government of Greater London) has a population of 17.7 million.
How far out does Greater London extend? Does it absorb other nearby urban areas like Reading, Farnborough/Aldershot, Southend, Luton and the Medway?
What is the national/ most prominent fizzy soda of NE or that of her province'?
Nearly 18 million. Oh boy, with London traffic that must be a fun commute.
Which are the other really large cities in the commonwealth (Other than Boston and Brooklyn of course).
So does that mean London has basically annexed all of the Home Counties?
So, since you’re on the topic of the British Isles now, I’d like to ask; what does the Irish Diaspora look like in this world? Given the tensions between Ireland and Britain, I guess that the Irish would be less likely to emigrate to the Commonwealth.
Why would Argentina attempt an invasion in the first place? After all, Britain is far stronger than IOTL.
Budget cuts maybe? I mean small countries have tried messing with superpowers before if said superpower is in economic crisis and has been cutting the military budget. Maybe the commonwealth as a whole had been in a worse economic recession and the sitting government seemed less likely to intervene? Since Thatcherism isn't a thing in OFC, a Liberal or Labour gov that seems more "anti-colonial" could make the Argentines more confident in their chances?
And here goes 2004!
Remembering that it's in New England (Come on me...) Paramount has renamed the Flying Scooters that were to be named the American Flyers to the New England Flyers. And people notice B&M representatives at the park!
2005: Thunder n' Lightning, an S&S Scream and Swing to go in Thunder River.
Because I want most control over the new coaster, I'm going to a Roller Coaster discord that I am part of for the new B&M. You will find out what the stats are next week!
Did the Conservatives collapse or something? Because I saw the current Head of the Opposition switched parties.
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