Counties and Municipalities
Counties of Olselen
|Castle County||205,639||Castle Lake|
|Derry County||1,602,404||Huckleberry Shores|
|Hillshire County||303,515||Herrod Springs|
|Wellsbury County||305,364||Olselen Springs|
Top 20 Largest Cities In Olselen
|1||Praxton||1,083,401||Chester / Derry||1663|
|12||Aurora Springs||69,301||Chester / Hillshire||1710|
Olselen does not have county maintained roads but rather an expansive network of state routes and highways managed by the state government. These range from trunk roads, to primary, to small two lane rural country roads. Olselen consists of single, double, and triple digit state routes. The Single and Double digit state routes typically connect the cities and predate the FSA's motorway system. The Triple digit state routes are typically auxiliary routes of single or double digit routes and there are very few in the state. Olselen also is home to FS-1/FS-11, a major north south motorway as well as FS-30 one of the countries longest east-west motorways spanning from it's eastern terminus in Eastern Olselen to it's western terminus in southwestern Minnonigan.
Despite it's small size, Olselen is home to quite a few airports. In fact every Olselen resident is within at least 20 miles from some form of airport.
|Airport Name||Location||Est. Annual Passengers||Runways||Airport Code||Number of Gates||Airport Class|
|Praxton International Airport||Masonfield||50,000,000||4||PRX||87||G|
|Cape Stockton International Airport||Cape Stockton||3,450,000||2||CST||26||R|
|Nampaganset County Airport||Oleana||1,450,000||3||NPG||18||R|
|Northwest Olselen Airport||Northwest City||250,000||2||NWO||8||D|
|Olselen Springs Regional Airport||Olselen Springs||550,000||1||OLS||8||D|
|Girard Municipal Airport||Girard||N/A||1||GRR||N/A||D|
|Derry-Huckleberry Shores Regional Airport||Huckleberry Shores||285,000||1||DHS||6||D|
The State Of Olselen was originally the Colony of Olselen and first settled by Uleathan Settlers in 1640 on the banks of the Bluegill river. Around 4 years later, a small town and trade port was established and Officially Incorporated as the Town of Prescott named after Captain Arthur William Prescott , a well respected Ingerish Explorer. By 1670, Prescott was without a doubt the largest city in the Olselen Colony with a population of roughly 5,500 people, and a trade route had been constructed to another nearby river settlement 15 miles south off of the Olselen River. This settlement was Praxton after Explorer Harold Praxx, another well respected Ingerish Explorer. It should be noted that both settlements were already relatively inhabited by the Olsel Indigenous tribe who are known for being successful Fisherman, terraformers, and very welcoming and hospitable individuals. Though their settlements were notably to the North of the Bluegill River in present day Anne Abbey and south of the Olselen River in the present day South Suburbs of Praxton.
As increased levels of migration from Uletha prevailed, other cities would be founded throughout Olselen such as Olselen Springs, Cape Stockton, Northwest City, Derry, and Huckleberry Shores.
Olselen is the most visited state in the Mid Ardentic and the 9th most visited state in the Federal States by number of annual Visitors. Despite it's small size, it has much to offer. From the White sand beaches lining it's Ardentic Coast from Oleana to Cape Stockton, or the rock climbing, hiking trails, and numerous camp sights outside of Olselen springs, to the bustling Urban Oasis of the Twin River Valley area of Praxton and Prescott, and least us forget the Derry Coast, There is no shortage of activities, sights, and great times in the heart of the Mid Ardentic.