Saturday, June 26, 2010

Seraph City Revisited

Having traveled to Seraph City earlier, while the 1920s Dieselpunk city was in its infancy, I thought I should revisit it and see how things were coming along.

There's a gasoline station, with my favorite logo: Sinclair Oil, and the friendly-looking brontosaurus, no doubt representing the fact that the dinosaur is happy to have been converted to petroleum and then refined, for Your Driving Pleasure.

Buildings are springing up everywhere, and the streetcar system is rolling along.

The telephone lines are also in working order, should you know your party's number. (Sadly, no operators were on duty.)

The diner provides a spot for a quick meal.

This movie theater's exterior appears finished, but more work is required on the interior.

The town even boasts a number of those newfangled automobiles!

In my next post, a closer look at two of Seraph City's landmarks: The Carrington and The Empire Club.


Breezy Carver said...

Ohh Miss Rhianon :) what a lovely blog i am soo pleased YOU enjoyed yet another vist to the city of Angels SC :) this is a wonderful blog ! be sure to check and help yourself to the freebees in all the Carrington shops and umm pay no mind to the parrot as he does love to chat !!
be safe !!
always breezy :)

Rhianon Jameson said...

Thank you so much, Miss Breezy! I hope you enjoy the pictures of the Carrington that are upcoming.

And yes, that parrot talked my ear off!