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CJ WestPac City (Full)

City of the Sands

  1. raymaster
    WestPac City began its life in the early 1890's when a group of Americans, Asians, and Middle Eastern natives began a settlement in the city. Prior to 1910, the city was known as the Apalachee. By 1915, the city's population grew to 10,000 people. Before World War 1, the city was peaceful without any major incidents. However, World War 1 destroyed much of the city, killing 3,000 people. By 1921, the city was rebuilt and population grew to 67,000. The city was spared from the Great Depression in the 1930s and survived World War II.

    Today, the city's urban population is 1,023,340 while the total population is 3,000,000. Having one of the world's largest economies, the city has a signifcant number of offices, shops and more. Transportation is one of the best in the world, with only significant traffic jams around the downtown area and the highway to the airport. A High speed rail link is planned to link Cairo, Egypt and Dubai, UAE. WestPac International Airport was built in 1972 and completed in 1974. A second terminal was built in 1996 and completed 3 years later. It was designed to cater 60 million passengers. As of 2015, WIA is the 16th busiest airport in the world by passenger traffic, 14th busiest airport by cargo traffic, 17th busiest by aircraft movements.

    The city's infrastructure combined American, Asian and Middle Eastern designs, making the city one of the world's top tourist destinations.


    Night view of the City in 2014
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    WestPac City Industrial Port in 2012
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    West side of the City in 2009
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    West view of the city in 2014. Under the suspension bridge, is the city's largest amusement park, opened in 1995.
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    West view (again). The area at the bottom of the pic is proposed to be a shopping area. It was first proposed in 2008 and was due to be completed in 2019.

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    WestPac Beach. This spot attracts lots of tourists and even locals. Numerous boats can be seen any time of the day.

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    West view (again). The area at the bottom of the pic is proposed to be a shopping area. It was first proposed in 2008 and was due to be completed in 2019.

    View of the entire airport in 2014.
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    United Airlines Boeing 747-400 being serviced in Terminal 1..
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    Singapore Airlines Boeing 777-200ER landing from a flight in Singapore Changi International Airport. cxl_screenshot_westpac city_14.jpg
    Terminal One of the airport, built in 1974. cxl_screenshot_westpac city_24.jpg
    The airport's twin runways. The first runway, Runway 14R/7L, completed in 1974, and Runway 14L/7R, completed in 1994, to handle more passengers.
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    Terminal Two, built in 1994, was designed to handle 30 million passengers. Combining T1 and T2, the airport now handles 60 million passengers.
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    The city's most famous landmark, the WestPac Harbour Bridge, a copy of the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
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    RMS Titanic 2 departing the city via the Aspire Canal and the Aspire Marina.
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    The city's aircraft graveyard, located just outside the city. This spot is mainly for aircraft scrapping area.
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    Westpac avenue at night..
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    Road traffic status in 2013, before traffic became worst in 2014, then again better in 2015.
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    Retired Boeing 747's prepared to scrapped. The 747's arrived 2 years before.
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    WestPac canal in 2014. Small boats normally use this canal to transit to the sea. Across the canal is Star Island, mainly a Japanese District. The island's iconic building is the mall on the right of the pic. cxl_screenshot_westpac city_32.jpg
    Battleship Island in 2014. Back in 1942, US Battleships and Japanese cruisers engaged near this island, with the US Navy winning, despite heavy casualties. In 1962, an aircraft carrier, USS Bon Homme Richard CV-31, was donated to this island, which was proposed to be a memorial island, in 1957. In this pic, is the USS Bon Homme Richard CV-31, and battleship USS Montana BB-67.
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    Downtown WestPac. The tallest building in the city is the WestPac Trade Tower. On the left is the oldest stadium in the city, built in 1947, the Hyman International Stadium.
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    WestPac Light Rail Transit. The trains use nuclear power, advanced systems and usually carry 3 to 4 cars.
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    There you go! None of the pics are edited with Adobe Photoshop. Original photos. Hope you enjoy!! :D ...
    Steven H. Endermann and kipate like this.

Recent Reviews

  1. heonetsung
    Hard work you got there! I like the designs on some low density beaches. And the skyscrapers truly tell the city has 30M people!!!
    Of course, for the original XL game screens are too spiritless, we all need to PS the photos to get full stars. All is OK except this. (◕ω<)☆
    1. raymaster
  2. chenchuan
    Good cj yeah.(・ิϖ・ิ)っ
  3. Steven H. Endermann
    Steven H. Endermann
    Please take some daytime pictures.
    1. raymaster
  4. Monty
    The city seems to have some interesting sights, tho I don't like the extreme bright buildings during nightime. The landmarks everywhere are a bit kitsch, I would like to see the cultural influence in other aspects rather than just lots of different landmarks. But it would be an interesting city to visit.
    1. raymaster
      Author's Response
      what's kitsch?
  5. Anonymous
    The city needs vegetation! Plus it is hard to see what is going on when there is only nighttime shots.
    1. raymaster
      Author's Response
      its in the desert, i put too much green trees and grass and it crashes my game