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Alan Dunlop reveals Celtic crossing concept image


Alan's described route through Argyll and Bute for the Mull of Kintyre option would have a revolutionary effect on travel times and doubtless the local economy (particularly on Bute), but unfortunately I see trouble with the dismal UK Treasury, who (in contrast to their Norwegian counterparts) still don't seem to have got their heads properly around the concept of the long term value to be gained from investment in solid infrastructure. But at least there'd be no need to go as far as the Norwegian's taste for undersea tunnels so deep that your ears pop - unless there's the possibility that a tunnel to Ireland would be more economical (maybe even more practical?) than a bridge. And in that case the Kintyre route would be preferable, well to the north of the dratted Beaufort Dyke and its million plus tons of dumped and decaying munitions

Posted date

7 September, 2018

Posted time

10:21 am


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