|Twin Lake Terrace, Northern Country|
After the development of Fort Nick, Nick built a railroad that connected to a chunk of land south of Rubicon. He set up a train station and named it Twin Lake Terrace. After that he started to work on a residential area and commercial core up on a hillside. The townsite also featured a swimming area along the coast, a lighthouse, and the first big box store known as A Mart. Nick then stopped developing the area and left many plats of land undeveloped as he continued a separate rail line not connected to the route from Fort Nick to Rubicon.
After Rubicon and other suburbs to the north were fully established, USApatriot didn't like what he saw in the partially developed, oddly designed, Twin Lake Terrace. Instead of plowing the town over, he tried to fix what he could, knowing full well the city could never fully follow the Northern Country standard. It was for this very reason the city never fully prospered to full potential. Under Northern Country rule now, Twin Lake Terrace became fully developed and had a new highway punched through it connecting it to Fort Nick and Port Orman. This was a major boon and helped the town see some success. A major kink that was never fixed was how people had to get off the rail route in one section of town, when leaving from Fort Nick, and get on from a different train station located in downtown to continue on their way to Rubicon and the rest of the world. It was just a pain, but due to lack of space, it was never adjusted.