- "New York may be the city that never sleeps, but Central City is the city always on the run."
- — Barry Allen
Pre Chrell InvasionEdit
Central City, Missouri, located across the Missouri River from Keystone City, Kansas, was founded in the 19th century and became an important stop for cattle drives. It began to see tremendous growth after the completion of the Transcontinental Railroad, becoming the first major hub west of Chicago. A second period of growth occurred after World War I, and it has burgeoned to the present day. Central City was the home to the second Flash, Barry Allen.
In the 25th Century, the city became known as the Central Cityplex.
Post Chrell InvasionEdit
Central City was devastated during the Chrell Invasion, as was Keystone City. Keystone City was in even worse shape then Central City. It had been reduced to rubble all the way down to the foundations. To this day Keystone remains a monument to that fateful invasion. The majority of the survivors from Keystone migrated to Central City and Missouri expanded the city limits and rebuilt the rolling metropolis as quickly as the state could get it done.
Points of InterestEdit
- Brookfield Heights - trendy residential area
- Chubbuck - residential area and home to Central City Hospital
- City Center - downtown area and home to the Flash Museum
- Danville - middle class residential area and home to Barry and Iris Allen
- Englewood - residential area with scenic views of nearby Granite Peak National Park
- Lawrence Hills - industrial area
- Leawood - blue-collar residential area and home to Central City Stadium
- Mounds View - home to Hardwell Fields, the city's airport, and named after many Native American burial mounds in the area
- New Brighton - residential and commercial area, home to the Central City Rail Station
- Petersburg - home to many of Central City's restaurants
- University Town - home to Central City University
- Westminster - formerly home to stockyards, now the location of S.T.A.R. Labs
- Windsor Heights - very exclusive residential area.
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Parks and Recreational AreasEdit
Central City Sports Stadium (Central City Stars(MLB))
Central City Sportsplex (Keystone City Diamonds (MLB), (NBA), Keystone City Combines (NHL))
Central City Park
Central City Bank
Central City Museum
Central City Police Department
Ctentral City University
Central City International Airport
Central City Courthouse
Iron Heights Penitentiary