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Posted: Nov. 16 2017, 20:09

In Thornlie Western Australia, where I live, is the Crestwood Estate, a world-famous exemplification of the 'Radburn Principle' of town planning. Intriguingly, the layout of the spaceship in Maestro seems to follow some of those principles, with its branching and reconverging paths and its multi-coloured tunnels. There are multi-coloured tunnels in Crestwood too, five of them, with one of them even rainbow-coloured, rather like the one in the main chamber of Maestro. I'm including a link to a picture I took. Every time I walk in Crestwood I half expect to see a stained glass window, ready to take me to another world! :-)

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