The Iron Highway
The city of Steelwater Flats dominates the landscape with graceful iron arches, squat blister of brick and stone. With dozens of lines of steam and smoke tousled by the mountain winds.
One side of the city sprawls towards Steelwater Lake, pollution has tainted the waters and the once quaint area has become a slum. The formerly grassy farmland has turned fallow and given up as grazing land for livestock. The other side of the city is riddled with rail lines worming their way thru the city’s heart. The rails are linked by branch lines, turntables, and sidings that crisscross the city and cut into a patchwork of districts, most of which are filled with motley, tumbledown buildings, coupled by bridges and tunnels.