Mountain-Banners, after the seventh and final year of the great Bridge-building challenge. The points of interest, if seen in order starting with "0. The sheer...", give you a guided tour of the fortress and its construction.
Bridge-building challenge thread (page five, includes 3D images):
Story: "A Journey to Mountain-Banners"
The trade depot is accessible from the north and south from the road surface at the level just above this, and from the valley floor via the spiral ramp. Dimple and emerald dyed giant cave spider silk ropes await placing. Silver training weaponry can be found near the forge that made them; that workshop itself is part of one of the three largest industries at Mountain-Banners, the bauxite-lined furnaces and forges that made the great steel chain (which we will get to in a little bit), the platinum statues, grates, vertical bars, and the gold, electrum, and purple-hued black bronze of the triple banners.
Stockpiles are beside and underneath the shops; haulage distances can get extremely long here simply because of the scale of this place, but the craftsdwarves aren't the ones doing the running.
To the north are workshop dealing in leather, bone, shell, and wood and to their north in turn are the masonry shops (at least the pretty ones we show you visitors - the /real/ work is done in rather more...efficient...places).
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