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Re: Our Sacred Land
Jan 11, 2012, 15:01
Sanctuary wrote:
The Sea Cat wrote:
For a country that's broke (yeah, right..see also: Daimond Jubilee, Olympics) this is going to cost a phenomenal amount, and for what ? Literally minutes off a train journey, regardless of the damage to areas of outstanding beauty, related local wildlife and the environment in general.


It seems total madness to me to be even considering this in our present economic situation let alone the fact that it is a complete waste of time, money and the loss of more countryside. I've always said there's more mad people ouside of asylums then in them :-).

I just don't get it, this line has been discussed before on this forum and the point was made that there is already a functioning rail link between London and Birmingham - this is about an obsession with speed. Why! Especially at the cost of our fast diminishing countryside. How can the argument for more new houses be balanced against destroying people's existing homes and environment just for Speed. I experience no schadenfreude at all with the knowledge that the homes affected will probably be very expensive ones.
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