They're teasing us. Again. I wouldn't put it past them to be suggesting to us geeks that the project has been "greenlighted" again. But I suppose that's going rather far. (Remember how I/we made fools of ourselves over "U Will Plough"? A warning to us all.)
Here's another weird synchronicity. There is what looks like an antique, treadle-style sewing machine in the attic. (There are still a lot of them around. We had one, from my grandmother. My sister has it now. Still works.)
This could possibly be one of the original attic items, seeing as how it is an antique, and there's little fear of theft because it's heavy. Anyway, for a long time it sat to the right of the piano and the first window, beside a post, and nearby sat the pram, closer to the track. Here are some 3D views from 2002. I'm including this first one even though you can't see the sewing machine because, wretched as it is, it's still one of the better shots of the pram that I've got:
This grab from a second or two later shows the pram and the sewing machine behind it, to the right.
That's to get you oriented correctly. These blurry grabs are from 2004 or 5. The pram and sewing machine are still in the same place, except that the pram has been turned around, and the sewing machine has an open book on top of it.
Thanks, Regions, for the new info on what's in the green-lit book tableau. If it happens to be the case that the book is sitting on the old sewing machine, then they've roughly reproduced part of a tableau from the other side of the track that was cleared out when Connie arrived. Probably sheer coincidence. Just sayin'.
Total change of subject, but in my recently acquired trove of unshareable data there are some trivia items of mild interest. It seems the exit crypt was originally going to be decorated, not the severely plain structure it is. It was going to have a winged hourglass on it and a rosette-and-garland border. Like this: