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|State of Newlynn|
The State of Newlynn, which claims itself as the first permanent settlement in the Federal States of Archanta, is located in the Southeast Region of the country. The state lies along the Ardentic Ocean, and is bordered by Aperia, Oakhill, Natrinia, Wilthamshire, AR120-08, and the Capital District. Due to the state's location, Newlynn has benefited as a regional port and transportation center, with Port Robert as one of the oldest continuously operating harbors in the Federal States.
Port Robert and neighboring Rivertown, grew wealthy through trade and the exportation of corn, tobacco, and cotton. Rivertown's central location fueled the city's growth, eventually becoming the capital of the then-territory to the present day.
- 1 History
- 2 Demographics
- 3 Geography
- 4 Politics
- 5 Flag
- 6 Economy
- 7 Transportation
The flag of Newlynn was officially adopted upon the convening of the first official government of the state. The flag features a navy blue field with the silhouette of a heron, slightly off-center. The flag also features an ear of corn and a tobacco plant with four leaves.
The blue field represents the Ardentic Ocean, and the state's waterways.
The heron, shown in white; is the state bird of Newlynn. The bird represents independence, freedom, grace, and determination. The heron is shown mid-flight, representing the journey across the ocean, and a quest for the future, pointed toward an ear of corn and a tobacco plant.
Both the corn and tobacco plants represent the state's primary cash crops prior to industrialization, which helped fuel the young Newlynn economy and growth. The ear of corn represents a bountiful harvest and good health. The tobacco plant represents prosperity, with four leaves, one for each of the counties of Newlynn.
Shipping & Transportation
|1||Newlynn - Aperia State Line (Continues as AP 3)||Newlynn - Oakhill State Line (Continues as OAK-1)||The first numbered highway in the Newlynn State Highway System|
|2||Green St / Capitol Square West / Park St, Rivertown||Main St / Mabel St, Lake Hewitt||Originally routed from South Dexter to Lake Hewitt prior to the construction of New Bridge Rd|
|3||High Street, Hatherford||River St / Inn St, Hoyt|
|4||Brown Rd / Prairie Rd, North Brownville||Kenton Rd / Main Street, Kenton|
|5||Dodd St / High St, Rivertown (Sloan Jct)||John Beck Blvd, Rivertown||Shortest route in the State Highway System, originally routed along Robert Street from Sloan Junction to Oyster Field Rd in Marsh Bank|
|6||Capitol Square West / Park St, Rivertown||Robert St, Marsh Bank||Original route of|
|7||Lynn Crossing Rd / Brown Rd, South Dexter||Shackelford Rd / Lake Hewitt Rd, Shackelford||Originally the southern half of|
|8||Maple St / River Rd, Oakhill Junction||Prairie Rd / Danford Rd, Mary's Crossroads||Original route of|
|9||Robert St / Grass St, Marsh Bank||Crossing Rd, Sumner|
|10||Oyster Street, Oyster Field||Main St, Lynn Crossing||Features the first section of limited-access expressway in Newlynn|
|11||Port Robert Terminal, Port Robert||Broad St, Riggs Corner|
|12||Water St, Pittman Hill||Hoyt Rd, Lewis|
|13||Union Rd, Johnsontown||Rivertown St, Cat Creek||Rerouted onto Davis St from Reitnauer Rd during the expansion of Rivertown Capital Airport|
|14||Dock Street, Anne Abbey||Hoyt Rd, Hatherford|
|15||Union Rd, New Dexter||Hoyt Rd, Tonner|
|16||Prairie Rd, Mary's Crossroads||Brown Rd / Main St, Kenton|
|20||John Beck Blvd, Rivertown||Rivertown St / New Bridge Rd, Cat Creek|
|20F||John Beck and William Hoyt Bridges, Rivertown / Port Robert||Central Expwy||Unsigned designation for the Fossett St Flyover|
|30||Central Expwy, Sumner||Union Rd, Johnsontown||Prior to the expansion of Rivertown Capital Airport, RT 30 ended at Theimer Rd via Airfield Hwy|
|500||Newlynn - Aperia State Line (Continues as AP 2)||Newlynn - AR120-08 State Line (Continues as Edisto Road)||Unsigned designation, does not connect to any other highway in the State Highway System|