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Sugarcane plantation for Queenston with windmill, boiler house and ofc sugarcanes. After over a year in the making, Killian Goodwill had conpleted Queenston's very own Royal Plantation. The large floodfields surrounding Queenston, as expected by the first settlers, proved to be optimal for the cultivation of sugar. And with the harvest season having started just only some weeks ago, the efficiancy and producitivity of the plantation has shown to be nearly unrivaled. The massive stone Windmill cruches sugarcane faster than any animal powered mill ever could. The boiler house, biggest one in the new world according to the specialists, allows for an immense amount of sugar to be produced. Some of corringtons most renowned sugar scientists were invited by Edward Scarver, recommended to him by Mayor Colonel Sir Dirk Allcock from Jameston, before departing for El Oleonda. The scientist have been working every day, checking the quality of every single batch of sugar produced. They found themselves most impressed by the consistency of each batch, finding little to no variation in the quality of the sugar. A quality which they assure is on par with the best of the known world... if not a little better Windmill with fully functional gears. It can be rotated to face the wind. Boiler house To be licensed as Royal Plantation for Queenston. More pictures on Flickr ( https://flic.kr/s/aHBqjAPvBM ) Parts count: ~76 700 Dimensions: 200x200 (without border) Biggest moc I've created so far. Took awhile to complete/2 years because I've been busy with other stuff and maybe a little lack of motivation. But finally finished, learned some lego technics and history throughout the building process. Was a trip to build but fun at the end Thank you to @Justsomebrix for helping me with the minifigs and for writing the story
Killian Goodwill and his little crew had been enjoying their time in Jameston. But when he heard news of a new colony on the far side of the world, he knew his time there had come to an end. With his ship filled with cargo and adventure on his mind, he set sail for Queenston. When he arrived he was welcomed by the newly appointed mayor, who led him to the mayor's office where they discussed future plans for the settlement. Goodwill offered to fund the construction of a Royal Tavern that would be large enough to host several newcomers whilst they search for a place to settle down. Mayor Edward Scarver gave Goodwill access to all the settlement's resources and the next day the building's plans were being made. It took several months of construction for the tavern to be completed. It certainly didn't help that throughout the whole process the plans were being changed, as Goodwill kept adding more and more to them. But finally, the tavern, if you can still call it that, was complete. It has enough space to fit hundreds of people at the time, a bar, a kitchen with great cooks who offer fresh food every day, rooms for rent, a lookout tower and Killian Goodwill’s own personal office. It was everything Killian dreamed it would be. Such a large Tavern would be sure to attract new settlers and hence make good profits. But Killian was not after money, so it was decided that all profits generated from the establishment will be donated to the crown to help finance the war. To be licensed as a Royal artisan by the Crown.