Node vs Hub

Is this one of Colin “the Nincompoop” Barnett’s ghost light rail nodes? Or is it a Mark “The Slightly Damp Teatowel” McGowan Metronet Hub. Potato potato? By RR.

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21 Responses to Node vs Hub

  1. Dylan H. says:

    wow they’ve extended the 98

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  2. Anonymous says:

    That’s gotta be the Emperor’s Front Bench

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  3. Reign of Error says:

    Smacks of a backbench revolt. Rob Johnson’s seat perhaps?

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  4. Dame Shazza says:

    Doesn’t look metro, I’m thinking more royalty for regions money well spent.

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  5. Russell Woolf's Lovechild says:

    Looks kinda pre-vi to me. Build it and they will come.

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  6. GivDBird says:

    Heritage list that fucker

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  7. Reign of Error says:

    Word is the slap dash row of boondies were leftovers from the City of Perth ‘Shishkebab’ sculpture. Adds a pleasing ‘Cafe Strip’ boulevard style ambience to this passive reserve.

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  8. you'll get wet says:

    Wot, no tin shelter to chuck boondies at?

    I like the minimalist approach to rain shelter. All-weather 21st cent pantheist.

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  9. Scanners says:

    Ah, so this is part of the infrastructure that Dean Nalder says we will be able to be re-use when we eventually get our light rail, after having gone down the very sensible path of rapid transit buses. We do live in exciting times. It’s all part of the bigger sphincter.

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    • ewfire11 says:

      Dafuque! You really think so? Have I just woken from a 2-3 hundred year sleep or something? I’m sure I was just dreaming about someone by name of Max Rail but nowdays dreams and reality have all become just the one ongoing blurr. Its a nice wheelbarrow ramp anyway. I might go grab it.

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  10. you'll get wet says:

    Barnett has clearly invested heavily in that bench and intends to relocate Jigalong. All part of Colinomics. The Colin Curve starts with reduced funding to remote communities on the left and goes up as chaos increases on the right. He’s left some star pickets. Peak Colin. He doesn’t get any better than this. After Jigalong he could relocate Balgo to Kalamunda. Plenty of space in Stirk Park.

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  11. El Guisto says:

    Ohh I like this…and do I spy a tiny glimpse of hi tension powerlines above yonder trees?
    Surely Satterly will soon start another ‘private estate’ with such wonderful facilities…close to power, beach (well sand anyway) transport, (bench already installed)! And the pizza de resistance, bespoke rock sculptures….of rocks!

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  12. El Guisto says:

    Satterley haemorrhoid estate would get my vote…

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  13. BSWAM says:

    My guess would be a mock-up of the set for the next Tim Winton play.

    Working title: “Waiting for G’day.”

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