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 Posted: Wed Nov 24th, 2021 06:59 am
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A bird's eye view of 'the Empire'

I have been asked to submit a few photos of Wombat Creek for a tram magazine. One request was a bird's eye view of Wombat Creek. Why not share the photo with you!




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Petermac wrote:
Is the "Regal" a Metcalfe structure Claus ?   It doesn't quite come up to the standard of the bank................... :hmm

Well, it is a Metcalfe and it is in the background, but I could not do nothing about the above comment  :cool wink
I have added a few details to the 'Regal'. Instead of 'cinema' it now states the name of the musical Wildcat. The posters at the entrance have been replaced with appropriate versions. Some 'cut-outs' on the balcony could draw in crowds as well.



The area between the Royal Arcade and Chinatown still creates a challenge. It is quite narrow, so the building will be very low relief. A public bath and a RSL building are both on the drawing board.



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Happy customers at the Hobby shop



A happy trio are leaving the Hobby shop. Dad is carrying their newest purchase. The Tri-ang train-set R4A consists of a Princess Victoria locomotive, two BR coaches, tracks and a battery operated controller. 

The Pedal Place appears to be fully stocked inside, but it is a little wonder they haven't utilised the space in front of the shop to show off their newest bicycles. Maybe later!



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Some great modelling there, Claus.

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