Heterocera Network

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An extensive network of roads exists on Heterocera, and this page deals so far primarily with the new construction within the northern section of the continent.

The maps present here are initial construction maps and may differ slightly from what is on the ground until such time as fresh mapping can be obtained.


The following descriptions break this network down into a number of distinct routes.

Route 1 (East-West Heterocera Link Road)



Route 1 sea dock, Leafminer

A small access point to the Route 1 highway and Mole Mart

Leafminer (57, 16, 23)

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Route 1 Mole Mart, Leafminer

Mole Mart ... for all your mole needs Leafminer (201, 138, 34)


Route 1 picnic area

A spur off the Route 1 highway near the Mole Mart for Munchies !

Leafminer (246, 129, 37)

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Route 1 Apple Cart

Try a bucket of apples from the apple cart

Clearwing (136, 180, 33)


Route 1 Butterfly and Tropical House

A calming place to sit amongst the victorian ironwork, dripping with steam and condensation, and consider the exotic butterflies and flowers

Clearwing (112, 223, 32)

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Route 1 Peach Pit

Visit the Diner in Peach

Peach (206, 164, 33)


Route 1 Reservoir, Spini

The Molesford Municipal Water company really needs to spend some cash cleaning up this slightly toxic yet still impressive edifice - lots of litter and a few really worrying looking fish - if your keen on angling you'd be advised to just throw them back !

Spini (202, 142, 31)


Route 1 Picnic by the Pond, Parva

One of the many minor picnic spots along Route 1 however this one has a few points of interest to explore

Parva (127, 62, 31)


Route 1 Picnic lay-by, Mormo

Another example of places to break your journey along the East-West highway, you can park here too !

Mormo (21, 135, 31)


Route 1 Viewing Platform, Sociaria

A small platform to enjoy the views.

Sociaria (190, 101, 34)

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Route 1 Town Square, Menophra

Enjoy space of the Town Square.

Menophra (102, 103, 38)


Route 1 Small roadside park, Menophra

A quiet place to sit.

Menophra (245, 22, 35)

Route 2 (North Heterocera Coast Road)

Route 2 is just over 13km long. So get out there and explore it today!



Route 2 Pier and Picnic area, Snout

A pier and dock linking the highway to the sea at remote Snout Point, a place to sit at your journey's end (or beginning) and gaze out across the wide ocean

Snout (206, 172, 22)


Route 2 Market Square and Railway Station, Satellite

A historic market area, currently under regeneration, several traders are trying their hand here already, with doubtless more to come as the highways converge upon this prime location, don't steal from the stalls, you may end up in the stocks !

Link with Route 5 expected soon

Now with railway access from Spangle Station .. Go SLRR !

You can rez in this area.

Satellite (155, 13, 31)


Route 2 Junction and Picnic Glade, Sallow

An island of greenery delineated by a triangular road junction, have a romantic picnic here, screened by the trees

Sallow (173, 154, 32)


Route 2 Seaview Spur, Sallow

A turning area and access point to the ocean at the end of a tree-lined cul-de-sac, picnic facilities of course !

Sallow (208, 236, 32)


Route 2 Bridge and pools, Tawny

The watercourse has been dammed here in the past, so for the moment the river stream trickles through choked pools and rusty culverts as it passes beneath the arching span of the old bridge

Tawny (233, 188, 34)


Route 2 Old Viaduct, Eggar

Development has raised the level of the land here, and the small valley spanned by the viaduct shows few clues as to it's original purpose, however the arches still provide shelter from the elements for flora and fauna, and it might appear, tramps too !

Eggar (83, 107, 31)


Route 2 Great Seawall, Buff

Just around the corner from a picnic parking lay-by with panoramic views across Buff Bay, stretches the long stone line of Buff sim's coastal defences. You can stroll onto the short pier and along the boardwalk promenade which offers a bracing ocean breeze on wilder days.

Buff (215, 208, 30)


Route 2 River Bridge, Buff

Spanning the estuary into Buff Bay, this bridge offers further views from it's relative elevation above the rushing waters

Buff (125, 211, 32)


Route 2 Arboreal Roundabout, Buff

Three roads converge here at an old tree of such character and antiquity that a roundabout was constructed around it to preserve it's majesty for all to admire, quite what species it represents has been open to much controversy !

Buff (79, 227, 29)


Route 2 Iron Bridge, Quaker

Although lost in modern development, this relic from the industrial revolution, now spanning little more than a dried up canal basin, has been fully restored and shined up to something of it's former glory, even passing a health and safety audit recently with flying colours !

Quaker (127, 20, 33)


Route 2 Zebra Crossing, Ginsberg

Abbey Road anyone ? ... well, not many zebra crossings in SL but this one links the adjacent gallery and shopping areas either side of the road in Ginsberg, so that prospective visitors are safe from being mown down by cars, juggernauts, mole-tanks, whatever other powered object may be passing through on the busy highway !

Ginsberg (172, 181, 33)


Route 2 Ocean Boulevard, Ranunculus

The Route 2 highway widens here into a wide boulevard through a large commercial area, close to the ocean, in the far north of the Atoll continent.

Ranunculus (254, 32, 32)


Route 2 Reef Dive, Fillip

When you hit the traffic circle in Fillip, put on your swim gear and head north. Explore the fish filled coral reef and a sunken ship, catch a ride with a friendly sea turtle, and possibly even find some treasure!

Fillip (204, 187, 17)


Route 2 Warning, Fillip

Watch Your Step! As you aproach Fillip Roundabout there are multiple sim crossings!

Fillip (255, 10, 29)


Route 2 Rezz Zone, Ambrosia

Enjoy the various dock areas along the road when you come to rezz your vehicle.

Ambrosia (190, 81, 30)


Route 2 Bridge Road, Hydrangea

Take a shortcut on the fun bridge road.

Hydrangea (195, 216, 42)


Route 2 Rezz zone, Hummingbird

Rezz Zone.

Hummingbird (42, 64, 38)


Route 2 Docks, Mournful

Enjoy the Docks on the border of Mournful and Huckleberry.

Mournful (19, 226, 30)


Route 2 Timber Bridge, Consular

Drive the timber bridge, or enjoy the secret places beneath.

Consular (154, 156, 32)


Route 2 Rezz Zone, Oakworm

Rezz Zones available here for both land and water.

Oakworm (131, 161, 32)


Route 2 Park, Oakworm

Enjoy the park on the border or Oakworm and Sedge.

Oakworm (168, 10, 33)


Route 2 Park, Scoopwing

A rocky outcrop on the water.

Scoopwing (245, 204, 28)


Route 2 Waterfall, Dahana

Quench your thirst along your journey.

Dahana (61, 212, 32)


Route 2 Dock, Echo

A small dock with land and water Rezz Zone.

Echo (35, 216, 29)


Route 2 Coastal Falls Crossing, Girdler

The coast is broken and steep here, and a bridge takes the highway over a high falls tumbling down from above the road level.

Girdler (104, 138, 32)


Route 2 Ocean View, Girdler

The highway turns sharply round the coast here, forming a natural viewpoint over the ocean. A viewpoint and rez zone is here for your use.

Girdler (139, 89, 31)


Route 2 Tiger - Togata Tunnel, Tiger/Moma/Togata

Difficult terrain here necessitated a deep bore through the hillside to link the regions, and a substantial stone lined tunnel exists here to allow free passage. Excavations also opened up a surprise in the hillside !

Tiger (39, 18, 29)

Togata (229, 239, 29)


Route 2 Ocean Panorama, Togata

Another sharp turn in the road to follow the coast opens up a wide vista across open ocean. Travellers may stop and tarry a while here at the viewpoint.

Togata (74, 182, 29)


Route 2 Oriental Bridge, Togata

A wide ocean estuary ravine here requires a bridge to span the gap and an elegant span of vaguely oriental outline performs this task.

Togata (118, 97, 34)


Route 2 Stone Viaduct, Emmelia

A stone viaduct carries the road securely across the ravine into the ocean at Emmelia. A small decrepit dock lies in the waters below for those wishing to go boating.

Emmelia (32, 82, 31)


Route 2 Western End, Emmelia

The western end of the Route 2 link road lies here at a small picnic area, near junction of two roads coming up from the south in Brithys.

Emmelia (26, 3, 31)


Route 2 Rezz Zone, Manduca

Rezz Zone.

Manduca (189, 89, 63)


Route 2 Intersections, Woolybear

A lovely landscaped area in the midst of many intersections.

Woolybear (99, 234, 88)


Route 2 Rezz Zone, Azalea

Rezz Zone.

Azalea (93, 189, 79)


Route 2 Rezz Zone, Ello

Rezz Zone.

Ello (28, 227, 65)

Route 3 (North Heterocera Inland Link)



Route 3/Route 2 Southern Junction, Emmelia

The two routes merge here in a T junction adjacent to the viaduct spanning the ravine.

Emmelia (35, 123, 32)


Route 3 Lower Bank, Lunaris

The road ascends a steep bank here rises with the terrain, excellent spot for sledging if it would only snow !

Lunaris (86, 12, 41)


Route 3 Upper Bank, Lunaris

A second rise requires a large stone embankment in order to prevent subsidence of the hillside below the woodland above.

Lunaris (181, 196, 61)


Route 3 Hilltop Woodlands, Moma & Tridens

The high hill crest at Moma, as well as offering panoramic views of the surrounding area and not-so-distant coast, retains some natural woodland across its border with Tridens. The park also contains small lakes and a pagoda summerhouse in which weary travellers may take a breather. There is a rezzing area here too.

Moma (238, 59, 75)


Route 3 Oriental Bridge, Tridens

The red oriental bridge at Tridens gracefully mimics its surrounding oriental architecture as does its twin down the ravine in Togata. From the bridge, the road heads due north across undulating terrain towards Woolybear Junction.

Tridens (19, 133, 77)


Route 3 Main Road

The main road along Route 3 begins at the Woolybear intersection and continues to Tussock where the SLRR intersects. This Road is 4.3km long. Below is a list of features you can find along the way.

Woolybear (111, 230, 86)


Route 3 Polkadot Park, Polkadot

Small stone pathway leads to sunken garden beyond. A place for rest and contemplation.

Polkadot (156, 74, 98)

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Route 3 Roundabout, Riddings

The Roundabout at Riddings provides access to the link road to the Southwest leading to Congrua or a continuation of the main road to Tussock to the East.

Riddings (80, 199, 101)

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Route 3 Intersection, Riddings

This intersection provides access to sims to the South ending at Nitida. This intersection is also a Rezz Zone.

Riddings (212, 181, 121)


Route 3 Intersection, Cisseps

This intersection provides access to sims to the North ending at Turnip. This intersection is also a Rezz Zone and has a small public square and fountain.

Cisseps (96, 33, 124)


Route 3 Factory, Muslin

This intersection includes the Coach and Carriage Company Factory and a Rezz Zone.

Muslin (180, 45, 121)


Route 3 Rezz Zone, Herald

Rezz Zone along the Road.

Herald (124, 54, 119)


Route 3 Community Hall, Pavonia

There is a Community Hall in Pavonia with a Rezz Zone next Door.

Pavonia (182, 235, 118)


Route 3 Catch the train, Tussock

Park your vehicle and catch a train here.

Tussock (89, 119, 119)


Route 3 Riddings to Congrua connection, Morrison

This Road is 840m long with a Rezz Zone along the Road.

Morrison (226, 134, 99)


Route 3 Riddings to Nitida connection, Astylus

This Road is 1.5km with a Rezz Zone along the Road at Astylus.

Astylus (62, 43, 121)


Route 3 Riddings to Nitida connection, Muralis

Muralis contains a few little parks, the largest of these contains a creek for your enjoyment.

Muralis (86, 120, 125)


Route 3 Riddings to Nitida connection, Nitida

Nitida is currently the end of this road and hosts a Rezz Zone.

Nitida (86, 20, 122)


Route 3 Cisseps to Turnip connection, Orache

A Rezz Zone along the road.

Orache (61, 242, 100)

Route 4


Route 5 : Coastal Byway


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Xanthorhoe (120, 254, 31)

Route 5 Public Rez Zones

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Xanthorhoe Train Station

Xanthorhoe (136, 241, 32)

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Denrolimus (61, 155, 31)

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Lasiocampa (93, 154, 31)

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Myron (158, 68, 32)

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Cisthene (23, 138, 33)

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Ufeus (64, 110, 32)

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Mocis (91, 137, 31)

Route 5 Public Boating Areas

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Public Launch area in Xanthorhoe

Xanthorhoe (201, 164, 31)

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Sailing and Surfing Launch area, Scotopteryx

Scotopteryx (29, 134, 31)

Route 6 : The High Mountain Road

Much civil engineering work has been carried out on this lonely and at times vertiginous road linking the SLRR with the Great Wall of Second Life, along a twisting, climbing route navigating the footslopes of the highest peak on the mainland, Mount Campion.

Hardy travellers not afraid of mud, giddy heights or splinters in the foot, may now travel this way. The eastern hitherto impassable cliff face sections have now been bridged and made free to explore, while the western hillsides nearer to the broken wall still require an all terrain vehicle ideally of the four legged variety .. neigh !



Route 6 : The Great Wall

Access from the heights of the wall has been made down to ground level by a trestle ramp of heavy timber construction, strong enough for most vehicles, horses, camels, elephants … whatever one's choice of transportation.


Route 6 : Athetis Rez Zone

At the foot of the ramp, the route presents itself, inviting the intrepid traveller to commence the journey, the grass covered remains of the ancient stone of the wall footings winding away like a ribbon towards distant peaks. A rez zone is here for convenience.

Athetis (121, 101, 114)


Route 6 : Western Trail End

The vegetation closes in, mud, weeds and the occasional puddle encouraging careful driving, or perhaps checking the speed of your trusty equine steed.


Route 6 : Deltote

The path has become overgrown here over the years, remnants of the old wall being reclaimed and softened by nature's grasp.


Route 6 : Begin the Ascent

Eventually, the path begins to climb towards higher ground, hugging a narrow stoney ledge into the foothills as the views below begin to open out.


Route 6 : Parva Rez Zone

The mountain slopes become less firm, narrow gullies necessitating bridges for easy travel where ground has given way in the past. There is a small rez zone just west of this small crossing.

Parva (25, 219, 128)


Route 6 : Lota Rez Zone

Rising upwards, the ledge becomes flatter for a while, at some point here the route has been paved with stone and edged with pillars. A passing place in Lota offers the traveller an opportunity to sit and admire the view from this higher ground, also a rez zone is here

Lota (86, 15, 127)


Route 6 : Moth Rez Zone

Eventually the luxury of a paved surface comes to an end, a rough track making it's way past the occasional wall fragments. Here, in Moth, is another small rez zone.

Moth (235, 29, 127)


Route 6 : Fucosa Pond

Pockets of verdant green are still encountered even at this point on the mountain, such as around a small roadside pond in Fucosa, a little oasis in which to take a breather.


Route 6 : Plebeja Rez Zone

Eventually, the now log lined road starts to traverse deep gashes in the hillside and make it's way up to higher, steeper ground. A rez zone is located in Plebeja over just such an improvised bridging point.

Plebeja (121, 99, 127)


Route 6 : Lapara Tunnel

Major subsidences, and even avalanches in deep winter are not unknown, and at the location of a cliffside waterfall in Lapara, a lengthy brick constructed avalanche tunnel may be seen.


Route 6 : Campanula Rez Zone

The clouds begin to crowd in, mist rolling down the dark slopes, the road still climbing as you begin to realise you are truly entering mountain country, a rez zone being placed here at the viewpoint.

Campanula (164, 130, 131)


Route 6 : Mount Campion

As the road steepens, a sign informs you that you are now traversing the footslopes of Mount Campion, the highest point on the SL mainland, and well worth exploration if you have a head for heights.


Route 6 : Taeniatum Trestle

The slopes become narrow here, not even wide enough to support a viable road. accordingly, a long timber trestle spans the plunging slopes, enabling you to continue the journey eastwards.


Route 6 : Perizoma Rez Zone

At Perizoma, a small flattened ledge between viaduct constructions is the site of another rez zone.

Perizoma (136, 100, 138)


Route 6 : Nolidae

Beyond this point, the slopes still tumble steeply down the mountain, and a more modern concrete viaduct has replaced the trestles, perhaps due to a catastrophic collapse or fire in the past.


Route 6 : Sabre Rez Zone

Eventually, the traveller emerges onto flatter high ground at Sabre, with views across the lowlands to the south. A large rez zone marks the eastern extremity of Route 6, and you've made it through the peaks !

Sabre (242, 239, 132)


Route 6 : Eastern Trail End

At the far end of the rez zone are signs indicating the limit of the public road, and looking beyond .. here be trains !


Route 6 : Beyond the Road

A small path winds through the undergrowth revealing some abandoned mining heritage, an old traction engine sitting next to a rusted crank and flywheel.


Route 6 : Echoes of Industry

An old 19th century pumping house sits here at the railhead, evidence of past industries.


Route 6 : SLRR Rail Head - Pavonia

A small platform remains at this spur of the SLRR mountain branch, occasionally visited by tourist traffic, you may just be able to catch an eastbound train here.

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