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  1. Quinnsville Pier and Storehouse QV6.1 by LM71Blackbird, on Flickr After his trip to the timber plantation, Richard Brickford's next stop was the local pier. He arrived just in time to greet his most trusted employee, Ralph Clutchington, who had just came into port. For it's size the pier was quite busy. Goods were being moved and deals were being struck. Only one boat was docked at this particular section of the jetty, but it was also a slow time in trade. QV6.2 by LM71Blackbird, on Flickr The lone boat that was docked was piloted by an old salty sailor who demanded to be referred to as Captain, even though his ship was no bigger than a dingy. QV6.4 by LM71Blackbird, on Flickr There was a large storehouse as well a clock tower on this portion of the wharf and everything was kept in order by the lone guard on duty. Dear Governor Cooke, I have looked over the trade situation in Quinnsville. While the wharfs and docks are not filled to capacity, they are still operating at about one-third of their potential. The storehouses seems relatively full for the amount of trade going on at this time. The structures themselves are in quite good condition, which can of course be attributed to Sir Smaugton's guidance. The clock tower on the wharf is in full working order and the wooden dock is free of rot. There are some peculiar people in Quinnsville though... There is one old sailor who pilots a boat barely larger than a dingy, but demands to be called Captain. No one even knows his real name... From here I will continue on to the shipyards and see what kind of ships Quinnsville is producing. In service to her Majesty, Richard Brickford, Royal Surveyor of Quinnsville Here is yet another build for Quinnsville! This one is a section of a pier, which I may expand upon in the future. Also, this is my first time adding water effects, so I hope it turned out alright. C&C are welcome and appreciated and thanks for looking and of course, more builds to come!