After touring Victoria City, I decided to keep going, in order to visit Primverness, now owned by Miss Anna Darwinian. I crossed the bridge from Victoria City, a pretty walk made prettier by the iron and glass-covered walkway.
The manor house is largely empty now, its promise of goods for sale at a future date contained in the card out front, which notes that Miss Darwinian hopes to house summer stock inside. She kindly emphasized that the house was open to the public: too often one is left wondering whether a structure is meant to Invite or Repel the public.
I should mention the funicular that transports one to and from the house, which stands on a rather high embankment. A note of caution: be sure to sit before operating the funicular, or else one has a lengthy and hilly walk to one's destination. It is a sad sight indeed to watch the car move at high speed away from one.
Where the railways ends stands this fountain of bunnehs, standing in the center of the circular drive in front the house:
Elsewhere on the property one can stand on an observation deck and contemplate the Wonders of Cavorite, able to support this large Indian-styled building: