New Babbage

From New Babbage Department of Records and Archives

[[Image:|right|thumb|256px|Flag of the City State of New Babbage]]


New Babbage is an independent city-state with an urban Steampunk theme within the virtual world of Second Life.

  • Babbage Square (January 8, 2007)
  • Babbage Canals (May 2007)
  • Port Babbage (September 2007)
  • Vernian Sea (November 2007)
  • Babbage Palisade (March 2008)
  • Academy of Industry (June 2008 - September 2008)
  • Wheatstone Waterways (August 15, 2008)
  • Clockspire Cove (September 2008 - November 2008)
  • New Babbage "Number Seven" (March 1, 2009)
  • Clockhaven (July 4, 2009)
  • Vernian Deep (July 4, 2009)
  • Academy of Industry (October 2, 2009)
  • North Fells (October 23, 2011)

History of New Babbage

  • Academy of Industry originally appeared before the arrival of Wheatstone Waterways in August of 2008, then was later moved south of the Vernian Sea to create Clockspire Cove.
  • Clockspire Cove, a homestead sim built as the lair of Doctor Obolensky, sunk back into the sea during the openspace sim fires of November 2008.
  • February 2009, New Babbage informally exchanges flags with Armada and the City of Steelhead Oregon.
  • October 2011, North Fells homestead brought online to replace mainland sandbox space that had been maintained for city use.

Historic Maps

Citizens went a bit nutty during the city's third rezday and began scouring old harddrives looking for old maps of the city.

Ordinal Malaprop's original parcel map of Januray 27, 2007 can be found here, which includes a list of the original builds.

The earliest recorded machinima is a tour of the square and Kahruvel Steamworks, recorded by Osprey Therian on Jan. 15 2007. youTube link

An old capture of a map from the Square and Canals days was found by Skusting Dagger. link to Ning discussion


This SLURL map capture was taken Jan 12, 2009, showing the city at the end of the Sprocket administration.


New Babbage Links

New Babbage has an online community located at

Location (SLurl)

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