Mountain-Banners on its sixth birthday, with another 3800 blocks, 700 ropes, and a hundred statues placed in the past year. The bridge can now be crossed by wagons from edge to edge, but much work remains to do in the mere two years remaining to us.
This map leaves out most of the quarries beneath the valley floor.
As suggested by Lacero, based on his study of vbraun's fortress at http://mkv25.net/dfma/poi-2489-siegeweapons. Wagons can travel up and over the ramp; the ballistas can fire through slits front and back. The key to actually making this work is to place walls right beside both ramps (plus ceilings if the walls are fortifications).
Above and to the right of the upper pair of ballistas you see a small child tugging frantically at a constructed floor. Youngsters are our primary construction-removers; nobody's dared to mention "child labour laws" in our presence yet. ;) - Fedor
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