The Nessie Monster Bridge - three
The Inverness Courier
Saturday the 10th of January 2009
I refer to the Lib-Dem MP : Donny Alexander tearing at the clothes of First Minister of Scotland, SNP leader Alex Salmond in one of your numerous, and to me monotonous “BUILD the BYPASS” articles, which indeed is a forward looking title contrary to the contents of what you are reporting for us to read.
The TLR project you are referring to should have been considered 50 years ago at least at when the Kinmylies part of Inverness was being constructed; therefore TLR is well past its “Sell By Date”
I say, let the Liberal MP whose Party has neglected Inverness for decades get in touch with the Chancellor of the Exchequer at Westminster to complain why a second Forth River road bridge is being built as a replacement for the existing one which was poorly constructed instead of opting to build a Nessie Monster Bridge stretching over the said part of Inverness, its Canal and its smoothly, fast flowing River Ness, with a main road access and egress at Burgh Park from the A9 roadway at Raigmore to the
A82 roadway at Kilvean Cemetery high points, creating a direct combining road and rail access to the Highlands of Scotland route.
Alexander will then be "playing politics" best suited to the Highlands of Scotland instead of resorting to the support of Gordon Brown’s New Labour government of devastating economic downturn, mass-unemployment, one of depression and destruction in being cantankerous of the SNP - as have become evident to us all.
The Nessie Monster Bridge should be a road-rail keeping us occupied for a score years' capital project, manpowered means driven, instead of mainly mechanically constructed that will ameliorate the effects and despondencies caused by financial mismanagement by this UK government.
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