That the world would look totally different if things went other ways in the past is not really news. But the thought about how a city would change character with a casino is more inspiring. Many cities have taken a totally new direction after the introduction of a casino in the city.
Apart from a number of jobs it creates it’s also making it a target for visitors, visitors that need somewhere to live and to eat.
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Black Mountain was meant to be yellow, Mount Ainslie would be pink and white, and Mount Mugga Mugga would have sprouted blue flowers.
A casino of a different kind, While casinos evoke images of gambling tables and betting chips, the word didn’t have the same connotations back in the early 1900s.
Griffin’s casino would have been a meeting place like a dance hall or a space to gather for political protests.
Anzac Parade in Campbell, looking towards the Australian War Memorial.
The original plan saw a casino at one end of Anzac Parade, where the Australian War Memorial is today. (ABC Radio Canberra: Hannah Walmsley)
“Griffin was a teetotaller and fairly conservative when it came to that sort of thing so I don’t imagine he would have ever thought of a big gambling establishment in the heart of the national capital,” Vernon said.
Lay says Anzac Parade would have led up to the casino. read more at abc.net.au
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