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Twilight: 2000 - South Britain Travel Map
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Twilight: 2000 - South Britain Travel Map


A travel map covering South Britain. The map covers Wales south of Penygroes-Corwen line and England south of Stoke-Boston line as well as Calais and the surrounding French coast.

The map is designed on indexed 10 km hexes, differentiates between terrain types and includes both road and rail networks as well as major waterways, largest ports and airports - both civilian and military. 203 settlements of the area are marked on the map and there are versions without settlement names included as well. Included are indexes for all the settlements with grid coordinates and pre-war populations, as well as a random settlement name rolling table and name generator for all your random encounter needs.

A total of 12 files and 8 versions of the map are included. For the “clean” untextured versions both PNG and JPG files have been provided. For the textured versions PNG files would be unreasonably large, so only JPG versions exist for those.

All versions of the map are presented in the original Polish map colour scheme as well as a new "British road atlas" scheme. Samples can be seen in the preview document.

This is the first in a series of 4 maps covering the whole British Isles.

Your support will help me invest more of my free time into this hobby and content creation.

Version 1.1 changelog (12.12.2021)
Map changes
• Shell Haven Refinery port marker removed
• Themes north coast marked as ruins
• Added MOD St Athan
Documentation changes
• Removed images from PDF (see “Omission of maps from PDF” subsection above)
• Re-titled the document to “South Britain Travel map” from “North Britain Travel map”
• Tables re-design for a cleaner look
• Revised several sections of text

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Ian S December 12, 2021 8:50 pm UTC
Nice, sorry to be pedantic, but we normally call it Southern England (which is then split SE and SW)
Same with the the North is Northern England and of course before that we have the Midlands.
Keep up the good stuff
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Andres K December 12, 2021 11:14 pm UTC
The somewhat archaic name was chosen because "Southern England and Wales" drags on a bit too much.
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Gavin D November 29, 2021 11:11 pm UTC
Very nice map.

Just a bit of local colour - the middle of three port symbols on the North bank of the Thames near Grays wasn't a port in the 2000's. it was, however, a huge POL terminal and refinery - Shell Haven Refinery. This, and the dock symbol next to Grays, Tilbury Docks (of Elizabeth 1st's "Body of a weak and feeble woman" speech) would undoubtedly have been targets for soviet nukes. I'd make that whole north bank of the river ruins, personally. I'd have been toast.
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Andres K November 30, 2021 7:26 am UTC
Thank you for the feedback, I was trying to ensure era appropriate markings, but I must admit, I rushed through the civilian ports. I will upload an updated version at some point, I'll give it some time for any other feedback to come through as well.
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