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Further details will be added from the Author's collection of documents, drawings and designs, maps, illustrations and textual data as it becomes available.
 
Further details will be added from the Author's collection of documents, drawings and designs, maps, illustrations and textual data as it becomes available.
   
Currently the following articles are accessible--
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* [[Camelot Palace, stately home in The British Paradise Islands|Camelot Palace]], main dwelling
 
* [[Camelot Palace, stately home in The British Paradise Islands|Camelot Palace]], main dwelling
* Carousel, private cottage of [[Lady Susie Cavaliere, 'Wikipedia' page|Lady Susie Cavaliere]]
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* [http://british-paradise-islands.wikia.com/wiki/Carousel,_private_cottage_of_Lady_Susie_Cavaliere Carousel], private cottage of [[Lady Susie Cavaliere, 'Wikipedia' page|Lady Susie Cavaliere]]
* Camelot main gate and gatehouse
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* [[Entrance gate facility at Camelot estate, British Paradise Islands|Camelot main gate]] and gatehouse
* Dreamhouse cottage
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* [[Dreamhouse cottage, Camelot estate|Dreamhouse]], guest cottage and historic structure
* Seagull Cay
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* [[Seagull Cay, British Paradise Islands|Seagull Cay]], guest cottage and recreational retreat
* Starfish Cay
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* [[Starfish Cay, British Paradise Islands|Starfish Cay]], private cottage and recreational retreat
 
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Revision as of 07:08, October 4, 2015

The estate of Camelot is the Paradisian home of the Cavaliere family in the Two Paradises fantasy/fiction realm, as devised by author Jonnie Comet.

The estate is very complex, comprising numerous outbuildings, two whole villages, a once-abandoned fort, a narrow-gauge railway, a fresh- and saltwater canal system, and an elegant towered palace dwelling of over 150 rooms.  It is located on the entirety of Treasurers' Cay, across Pirates' Bay from Somerset Township, along the north shore of Eden Island, and includes three smaller islands and a causeway across the bay to a mainland tract of land on Devon Road.

THIS PAGE IS STILL UNDER CONSTRUCTION.

Further details will be added from the Author's collection of documents, drawings and designs, maps, illustrations and textual data as it becomes available.

Currently the following articles are accessible--

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Original material copyright by Jonnie Comet Productions Ltd.

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