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Barry Miltenburg
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Hi Claus

Great looking bar!  I populated my buffet car and dressed the tables with paper plates (hole punch chads), food (painted blob of superglue gel) and glasses (short Plastruct rod pieces).  From a distance/through the carriage windows, I was really pleased with it.





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Hi Barry, Fantastic idea. I may give it a go in the restaurant on the first floor .



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Finally – a busy bar





Unlike present day Melbourne the bar at Duncan & Fraser is busy as never before. Every table is booked and no room left for the proprietor.

I used 'flash' for the photo. I will install ceiling lights so future photo should better show the lively atmosphere in the bar.



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Loved the cab ride Claus and the hotel is really stunning - with and without lights.

I'm just wondering how many rooms it has - 200 people descending all at once will put the housemaids under some strain .....  :lol:



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Petermac wrote: Loved the cab ride Claus and the hotel is really stunning - with and without lights.

I'm just wondering how many rooms it has - 200 people descending all at once will put the housemaids under some strain .....  :lol:

Thank you for your comments.

Fortunately Wombat Creek has more than one hotel/bar, so I am sure some of the 200 new residents will attend the Mug Punter Hotel near the Racecourse or Wombat Cave in Victoria Street. If the crave for Chinese, The Golden Dragon in the former 'Diggers Rest Hotel' is the place to go. Finally there are the Tea Rooms in East Street.



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