The problem, as I see it, is that we are lacking in decision makers with
vision and determination.
The Government proposes 'castle in the sky' rail improvements but stalls on
the urgent as well as practical solutions to outstanding problems.
There has been more than enough time and money wasted on propsals. The
Government should put its hand in its pocket and pay for what is obviously
needed. The long Hindhead tunnel when operational has solved an historic
headache and it would seem logical that this is the only real answer for
It just needs the stamp of approval and then getting on with the job in
On 8 Nov 2014 23:14, "Brian Edwards" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Only what is being proposed isn't a long tunnel, it is a short tunnel and
> that means entrances and infrastructure inside the World Heritage Site and
> that does mean damage to monuments and settings plus the threat of
> hydrological change. EH and the NT sadly support this short tunnel vision
> and won't it seems accept mere widening. The Stonehenge Alliance have
> launched a petition: