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    Actually, I probably should "tehminate" a couple more of those bridges...
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    Well, I think this one is done. One more map to go and a deadline quickly approaching.
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    Dang these post apocalyptic maps of yours are wonderful to look at. This one in particular is fascinating to explore. Very nice work.

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    This is awesome.

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    Here is the last map in this series. It is a more detailed map of the French Quarter, Tremé, and Algiers. I'm making pretty good progress with the street labeling. This area is generally the least damaged area of New Orleans and is supposed to serve as a center of activity. I figured I'd use this same thread to show this map instead of creating another one.
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    Once again You've proven yourself to be a good cartographer. Both maps have a gritty feel, yet they're easy to read.

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