There we are then. So long as the rivers and canals can take the
wind- and oar-powered traffic the visitor numbers should hold up.
R.I.P the private car and good riddance.
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[mailto:[log in to unmask]]On Behalf Of Cerridwen Connelly
Sent: 13 July 2006 11:43
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Subject: SPAM:Re: [BRITARCH] Heritage & carbon emissions
Boats on the river Avon?
"for those who honour the past but love living in the present"
>How did people manage to visit these monuments before the invention of
power and the internal combustion engine? Was Stonehenge, say, built solely
for local people who would arrive on foot?
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