From: Marseilles, France
Hey, don't be mistaken, Steve and I consider the map done.
But from time to time, when I happen to find improvements that we can make to the map, I make them. Usualy they only are names.
Here I think I found one improvement, and would like opinions from people who know the area better than me to tell me if what I found is correct or incorrect.
This is about the Chesapeake Bay. Believe it or not, the wikipeding I did for the USS Robin in the WWII Quiz thread made me read that she made her shakedown cruise in the Chesapeake Bay, and that is a lot of times I see the Chesapeake Bay mentionned in various readings of mine, so I wanted to know more about it.
Reading about it, I saw that its only crossing points in the north is the bridge at Annapolis, so I wondered about the strait hexside that MWiF have placed from Baltimore to the hex SE of Baltimore (see screenshot below).
Strait hexsides (the double red arrow) represent bridge as well as ferry crossing.
So, I wonder if there was any ferry crossing from the Baltimore area to the hex SE of it during the 40s. Anyone knows ? If no one know, I'll leave it as is, because I usualy trust the original CWiF map designer.