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Morning in Philomenaville

What was originally going to be the City of Philomena has gone more small-town, now that it’s got its own land on Bruda Plateau in Jeogeot, and has been re-imagined as Philomenaville. Here are some early photos of the work in progress. Click each for larger.


The moon sets over the Library in Philomenaville.
The moon sets over the Library in Philomenaville.

Le Cafe AuCoin.
Le Cafe AuCoin.
The Trolley stop, for the soon-to-be-added trolley.  Bikes can be gotten nearby.
The Trolley stop, for the soon-to-be-added trolley. Bikes can be gotten nearby.
The Freebie Market beside the Trolley Stop.
The Freebie Market beside the Trolley Stop.
Sunrise breaks by Town Hall.
Sunrise breaks by Town Hall.
Philomenaville Post Office, where rental boxes are kept.
Philomenaville Post Office, where rental boxes are kept.
The residential part of town.
The residential part of town.
Clover's Kitchen, Philomenaville.
Clover’s Kitchen, Philomenaville.
On the outskirts of town, Mayor Erskine's barn and track.
On the outskirts of town, Mayor Erskine’s barn and track.
Enchanted April, a children's bookstore in Philomenaville.
Enchanted April, a children’s bookstore in Philomenaville.
The first rays of sun illuminate an angel in the cemetery.
The first rays of sun illuminate an angel in the cemetery.
Philomenaville's Public Library garden.
Philomenaville’s Public Library garden.
Breakfast at Le Cafe AuCoin.
Breakfast at Le Cafe AuCoin.
View of Philomenaville from atop Town Hall.
View of Philomenaville from atop Town Hall.
Still life with elf and pansies.
Still life with elf and pansies.
A bright sunny day at the Cafe.
A bright sunny day at the Cafe.

Grab some free clothes and accessories, enjoy a cup of coffee, and take in the atmosphere in Philomenaville by visiting http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Bruda%20Plateau/129/50/51 .

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