Wednesday, 19 April 2017

So, where in the world is PC today?

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  1. Sily. Cootamundra, NSW, Australia.

    Greatest batsman of them all.

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  2. Cootamundra in inland southern NSW. What else is there to see out that way?

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  3. You don't have comments enabled on your next post, but it looks like Canberra, my home town. I don't recognise the specific location, but that combination of a large roundabout in a bush setting can only come about when a city is government planned, and something that looks very familiar from my childhood.

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    1. Yes indeed. It's the terminus (or was supposed to be) of Griffin's great Metropolitan Axus with King's Ave.

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    2. The corner was the third point of 'the national triangle,' and part of the transport hub. Or supposed to be. You can 'see' the great cathedral on your hill to the left; the military college on the hill to the right, with the great civic amphitheatre between and railway station below.
      But it never happened.
      Instead ... it's all a wasteland hidden behind Bugs Bunny.

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  4. Or then again it could be Bathurst

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  5. On 20th April he is here:

    https://encrypted.google.com/maps/@-35.2964902,149.152881,3a,75y,106.12h,100.97t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1sX6zJ7tHyWyQI0U3PMBARWw!2e0!7i13312!8i6656

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