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Oh-boy. The numbers and variety of lamps and lighting fixtures made or acquired for placement throughout the complex is most impressive---just for starters. A lot of work went into the resurrection of these buildings, obviously . . .
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When I saw it in '84, it was a sad place. Now I would like to make a trip back to see it (and the 'Castle') once more.