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Stonehenge tunnel to have ‘hyperbole’ effect on archaeology

Stonehenge tunnel to have ‘hyperbole’ effect on archaeology

HONG KONG: Sir, Peter Saunders recommends that our fears about the effect the proposed Stonehenge tunnel will have on the archaeology found at Blick Mead are “hyperbole”. We feel we have totally reasonable archaeological concerns.
The biggest land take for the tunnel will be for the entrance and exit cuttings, as large extended areas either side of the tunnel entrances are needed for the emergency services and control, etc. The placing of the tunnel portals means that the cutting for the eastern entrance to the tunnel will be situated close to Blick Mead- probably no more than a hunter.