After consideration I think I owe it to the past ages and bygone times to continue with the maritime coastal routes and maybe canals of the UK. Much of the past now seems obliterated with some churches pubs, inns, lighthouses, etc demolished or altered, also numerous old docks have now become marinas.
I am starting to go through the routes and adjust them as the next version. I might have to remake some to fit th 5 meg limit.
I have experimented with numeros methods with Blender. Several preset routes idea gets too complex. The simplest method is to continue as previously. So age of sail up to about 1815 (pretend) as docks, harbours and quays have altered many times across the decades. So these routes might include more recent quays and docks outside the era up to c1815.
Anyway that is what the series of routes is about so a better description might be ‘animated basic seascapes of the past ages’.
To be re-uploaded.
Starts from Solway Firth again with many hundreds of trees and with grass and sand textures in parts.
There is a drivable sailing-flat at Rockcliffe. tfgh. Use roaming camera, leave river, straight on untill you see a clump of trees.
Before Port Carlisle was built c1820 it was known as Fishers Cross, I have included some sloops, pretend fishing. wasd
ba01newsolway.zip (4.8 MB)