I had reason to go to Newcastle last week and did consider the train but at £191 return and a 13 hour journey each way with 4 changes i decided to drive i was there and back in 14 hours 22 mins.
I know nothing about trains the last time i was on a train or a bus was in the 60s.
A square meter of sea water weighs 1 ton now consider a 3 metre wave aproaching the coast at 30 miles per hour and picking up rock and shingle as it breaks a little more than a splash of water its a killing machine.
And as climate change takes hold it can only get worse.
A great idea they could be used in places like the corner of Brunswick Place outside Geralds they wouldnt affect anyone but those HGV's who use the wide footpath to park and do deliveries. I couldnt see them being used on every kerb but in certain places they would work well.
Exeter City Council have within there plan for improving air quality proposals to start fining drivers who dont switch of there engines when stationary in traffic jams.
One was a clothes shop in Brunswick Place and a recruitment agency and have heard of others but cant verify.
The Environment Agency predicted flood report 2017 makes interesting reading. With sea levels due to rise dramitically someone needs to spend huge amounts to protect our towns a villages and within those predictions is severe flooding to Marsh Barton with villages like Starcross flooded on a regular basis. My belief nature will win as time is fast running out with Sea levels due to rise by 1.43 m ...
There are no jobs advertised and they have not been advertising for staff for a few months when i asked the manager why only yesterday his answer was simple they have so many folk on the books waiting for a job opportunity they dont need to advertise. Just another Dawlish whisper can you really see Sainsburys closing.