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There’s a carillon in the clock tower of Cornell University, where I currently attend school. It has three concerts every day (not sure about Christmas, but certainly every other day ;-)). The sound of the carillon gets old after a while, I assure you!
Actually, I imagine it would 🙂 Are you allowed to see the bells inside?
Yup, you can go up into the tower and watch as they play the concerts (not that I’ve ever done this however). Earplugs recommended. Those things are LOUD!
Haha! I know Astrid (but I can’t quite remember where from…).
I think the Carillion might be the secret escape pod like in Men In Black. Its position in the lake implies that there’s more underneath. Maybe it’s something to do with Torchwood Canberra. I’ll have to ask them.
I found out yesterday that Canberra has a fault line that runs directly under new Parliament House. (Which is why there’s that pretty rock strata on State Circle.)
Ah, Torchwood. . . you have a lot to answer for.
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I am an Australian writer of young adult adventure fantasy and steampunk including interactive fiction (digital Choose Your Own Adventure stories).
My debut novel, HEART OF BRASS, is the beginning of the Antipodean Queen series and is available in print and digital formats anywhere in the world. OdysseyBooks.com.au
My interactive fiction is all listed at ifdb.tads.org under "Felicity Banks".
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I have also written as Louise Curtis.