A row of city houses with a corner shop and a small community garden. Each house has its own garden as well and there is a back alley connecting the roads. Built by sherv.
Three apartment houses and a toy shop. The shop has a parking area at the back as does the biggest apartment block. Built by sherv.
Police station with an empty lot beside it. Built by sherv.
Some suburban houses. Realtors have their eye on the middle house, hoping that the owners will sell soon in order to make way for a modern villa. Built by sherv.
Teensietown's bus depot with a few parked minibuses. Built by sherv.
Suburban apartment buildings and communal garden. Built by sherv.
Suburban villas and an old mansion which has been turned into a heritage museum. Built by sherv.
Teensietown's Grand Hotel. The top floor is reserved for the mayor who declined to comment on why taxes are being used for such extravagant lodgings. Built by sherv.
Canal bridge ramp, the HM Tower and the Cold Fusion Research Center. A cheap copy of the HM Tower currently stands in Vienna, Austria. Lawsuit pending. Built by herb.
Canal module with bridge. Note the tourist boat. Built by herb.
Canal module. Built by herb.
Canal module. Built by herb.
Affordable row housing for families of government workers. Built by sherv.
Garden center for all your decorative plant needs. Built by sherv.
The Center for Modern Literature spans across a ramp leading to the main canal crossing. A reading park behind it provides space for literature buffs. Built by herb.
Modern prefab buildings are a quick way of providing housing and blocks such as these were put up during tougher times. Built by herb.
The Blue Triplet Towers are filled with small and medium businesses and flanked by the Black Twin Towers which feature an expensive apartment on every floor. Built by sherv.
The Lady Daffy Sluice is carefully controlled in order to ensure the Teensietown Canal does not flood with the waters of the Big River. Built by herb.
The most recent fair held at the LT Convention Center was a model and toy fair which mainly featured ridiculous toy plastic bricks that adults use for miniature cities. What nerds. Built by herb.
Teensietown's garbage incineration scheme allows for use of the generated heat to be channeled back to the mayor's swimming pool to constantly keep it at a cosy warmth. Built by herb.
A statue of the first Teensietownian to have gone to Space decorates the area in front of the Stellar Research Institute. Built by sherv.
Rocket launches are always a fun experience for the whole family. Grilling a marshmallow under the rocket as it starts is a Teensietown tradition. Aliens also regularly attend, mostly to laugh at our ridiculous technology. Built by mike and sherv
The ambassador of nearby Muntabur lives in this extravagant combination of embassy, residence and superhero hideout. Built by lord tarris.
Section 1 of Teensietown's pedestrian area. Includes massive toy store and the tram depot. Built by sherv.
Pedestrian Section 2 with several old apartment buildings and the headquarters of Teensietowns Alchemist and Freemason Society. Built by sherv.
Pedestrian Section 3, some more apartments and Teensietown's Interdimensional Portal. Because every self-respecting city needs one. Built by sherv.