Selden Park was established in 1845 at the southern boundary of Brixton, in Port Overton. It includes a lake, several walking trails, a pedestrian bridge, and a lawn and picnic area.
In 1974, it was considered the country’s most dangerous park, infamously averaging a monthly rate of 1.6 crimes per acre. The city disputed that claim, stating that the ‘true’ rate was more along the lines of 1.4.
Note: I called this park Roquefort Park initially, but I decided against it. Too cheesy.
Here I tear down a building…just to rebuild it again later. But the building next to it gets replaced, so that’s nice.
A street scene on Mackie Boulevard, looking north towards Downtown.
Construction around Marigold Street in the south side of town.
In defiance of gravity, I decide to replace the base of the Warden Building in Downtown Port Overton.
Highlighting some changes to the downtown and industrial areas in Port Overton.
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I’m on vacation right now. I’ll see you all in about a week.
Some buildings in Downtown Port Overton.
Matthews Tower, known to Port Overton locals as ‘the Llama Building”.
The expanding skyline of Brixton, Port Overton.