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178 downloadsDS Bridge Crossing - v2.0 **NEW VERSION -- 01 March 2018 Adds 6 Bridge Crossings that can be built over streams, rivers, or even lakes. Toolbar location: - 'Mod Collections toolbar' - 'DS Mods' - 'Roads, Tunnels & Bridges' - 'Bridge Crossings' Build a drag-able (from shoreline-to-shoreline) Bridge Crossing: - Rough Log Bridge (2 logs + 2 work per tile to build) - Log Bridge (3 logs + 3 work per tile to build) - Covered Log Bridge (5 logs + 4 work per tile to build) - Stone & Log Bridge (2 stone + 2 logs + 4 work per tile to build) - Town Stone Bridge (5 stone + 5 work per tile to build) - Guard Tower Bridge (2 stone + 3 logs + 5 work per tile to build)
289 downloadsHere is a standalone compilation of all of the Roads and Bridges from Colonial Charter. Because this is standalone from Colonial Charter, you don't have any way to make Bricks or Lumber, which some of these would normally use. So I slightly modified them to use Stone and Logs instead. So you need Stone to build a Brick Bridge. Brick Road Red Brick Road Gravel Road Soil Road Quay Road Moss Road Sandstone Road Country Road Dock Road Stone and Wood Bridge Stone Bridge Split Stone Bridge Draw Bridge Brick and Wood Bridge Brick Bridge Creek Plank Bridge Rock Bridge Dock Bridge Covered Bridge Old Creek Bridge Alternate Download Link From Google Drive
I would like to make a suggestion, where bridges are only build from one side, as of now, builders always build from both foundation points. On some maps, for example, Lake Waters, the main river can divide the map completely, making the other side unreachable, so the bridge never gets built. See problem below in picture: