From: York, UK
ORIGINAL: Shannon V. OKeets
There is also the All sea hexside between Hex 46,28 (Sheffield) and hex 45,28 (Hull) that can be improved (made deeper).
You might want to review all the trouble spots from the WIFFE European map - the MWIF graphics were taken directly from that artwork.
So there might have been an alignement problem, by looking at this comparison, you see that the Hull / Sheffield separation is obvious on the WiF map, and not obvious at all on the MWiF map.
I'm not sure this is too much of an issue.
I would note that the rail line has altered from the original, with the new layout missing the line going north from Sheffield to Leeds and instead going via Manchester. Presumably a mistake?
Historically there were 2 main routes north from London- the West coast/Midland, (the old LMS- London Midland Scotish Railway) going from Euston Station via the industrial midlands and Liverpool/Manchester through to Glasgow, and the East coast line (LNER- London & North Eastern Railway) going from Kings Cross via the main rail heads of Doncaster (nr Sheffield) York (nr Leeds), and via Newcastle to Edinburgh.
The direct east coast route was (and is) an important and significant rail link on any scale, and the idea that you have to go via Manchester to get to Leeds is a bit silly.
I assume it is an oversight, but can it be rectified?