The LION is CHEAP
Yeah, I had gathered that from your SubChat postings.
That is about as close as I will get until I get to really detailing that part of the layout
Then you darn well better forget that Lion park and remember to include that row of single story stores along the West side of Broadway, which at least in the mid-1980s (when I was attending the "Home of Leisurely Learning") included no less than 4 bars (I didn't drink much, but it was 'the' social scene, at least until the year of the New York State 19-21 drinking age two-step - also don't forget to include the crappy pizzeria (for some reason we called it Joe's, perhaps that was even the name) where I used to stop and get a slice before heading home.
But if you must know then I will tell you that the timbers used in the original Kingsbridge (below) were indeed original from Narnia
Kingsbridge's "Kings Bridge": The King's Bridge, erected in 1693 by Frederick Philipse
, a local Lord loyal to the British Monarch.
The Chronicles of Narnia is a series of seven fantasy novels for children by C. S. Lewis. It is considered a classic of children's literature and is the author's best-known work, having sold over 100 million copies in 47 languages. Written by Lewis between 1949 and 1954, illustrated by Pauline Baynes and originally published in London between October 1950 and March 1956,
Sorry Lione, this is not SubChat, I ain't buying it
as you well know, there *are* LIONS in the Bronx!
Jaspers and Rams, sure - Lions...that's the 2 & 5, not the 1.