Lost Lake City

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Lost Lake City
  City  
Lost Lake City as seen from Wegmat Route 6
Country Federal Union of Wegmat
Territory Drystone
Settled unknown
Established 1 July 2019
Area
 - Total 0.00434 km2 (0 sq mi)
 - Water 0.00000 km2 (0 sq mi)
Elevation 194 m (637 ft)
Population (2019)
 - Total 6
Time zone GWT (UTC-5:45)
Postcode 07

Lost Lake City, formerly Lot Lake City is the largest city in Drystone. It is known as the city of the North. Lost Lake City is located in the southeastern part of Drystone and if the 3rd largest city other than Crystal Springs and Bodwatmi. Lost Lake City headquarters Wegmat People’s Resources, a government subsidized resource management company. Lost Lake City is also a heavily Bobist influenced city as it is next Traders Mountain a mountain that hosts a shrine to Bob.

History

Lost Lake City was established as the capital of Drystone. It grew as a resource hub due to it’s proximity to Lovely National Forest and James E. Smith National Forest. After the De-privatization of 2020 the cities wealth and population grew especially after Bobist followers flocked to the city to build a shrine on Traders Mountain.


Geography

Lost Lake City is located on the Lost Lake Plaines at the eastern border of Drystone which is an international border with the United States. It is made up 3 districts, the Western Suburbs, the North Suburban and Downtown. Lost Lake City surrounds Wegmat's largest peak in the in-provinces, Traders Mountain. Downtown lies to the south of the peak.

Economy

Some of LLC's economy is generated through large organized companies such as Legname di Wegmat and Larry Barry however most comes from local agriculture and woodworking operations.


Transportation

Metro Transit map of LLC.

Lost Lake City has many methods of transportation into the city, with a main wagon and chair transit center in Lost Lake Plaza. The LLC Transit for the Public operates a light chair system with two lines. Lost Lake Airport is a hub for Weg Air and has connection to many Weg cities.

Major Roads

Other Transportation