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HFF from the M25 csp

HFF from the M25 csp
This nearest road is a new bit of road laid down since the bridge over the M25 was closed here because of the HS2 chiltern tunnel entry point being constructed. You can just see a gantry and other steel works on the left of the picture. Then between that and the new road lies the M25 totally hidden to our view at this point. Hit the link below for the latest news and pictures

www.building.co.uk/features/on-site-hs2s-groundbreaking-project-under-way-beneath-the-chilterns/5112114.article

Andy Rodker, gezginruh, Fred Fouarge, Rosalyn Hilborne and 2 other people have particularly liked this photo


14 comments - The latest ones
 Steve D
Steve D club
Hello Nick certainly no shortage of cones here as well as fences ..

Wishing you an HFF and hope you have a good weekend.

Best wishes and stay safe.

Steve
2 months ago.
Nick Weall club
has replied to Steve D club
Hi Steve, this area is a cone and fence breeding ground. Now that the tunnel boring machines have been built and started their boring there is an enormous amount of activity going on 24/7.

Thanks for your good wishes ~ Hanwe and stay healthy

Nick
2 months ago.
 Amelia Heath
Amelia Heath club
You're certainly on the right side pf the fence here. This must be the quietest the M25 has ever been. ;-)
HFF dear Nick, and stay safe and healthy.
2 months ago.
Nick Weall club
has replied to Amelia Heath club
Hi dearest LGM' Hit the link that it now under the picture to see full details of what is hidden away from this view :) Quiet it is not!
Have a good weekend and stay safe
2 months ago.
 Rosalyn Hilborne
Rosalyn Hilborne club
Thanks for the link Nick. I'm not sure what to think of the HS2! When I saw your csp, the first thing that came to mind was Crispian St Peters and "I'm the Pied Piper"!! Then I remembered where you live ;-) HFF and wish you a good and safe weekend ~ Rosa.
2 months ago.
Nick Weall club
has replied to Rosalyn Hilborne club
Hi Rosa

It is a difficult one, I love trains and also great infrastructure engineering projects and think that once it is all finished it will blend in. On the other hand the disruption is great and effects many people. Conservation groups have many valid reservations. The final cost will be mind boggling and if working from home stays in fashion how many passengers might use it I wonder.
sorry about the CSP, you made me smile though :~)' Have a good weekend and stay safe
2 months ago.
Rosalyn Hilborne club
has replied to Nick Weall club
I agree with all that you have said Nick.
What about the A303 at Stonehenge....that's problem goes on and on and on!!

Best wishes,
Rosa.
2 months ago.
Nick Weall club
has replied to Rosalyn Hilborne club
Hi Rosa ~ I cannot see why they don't build a new two lane dual carriageway to the left of the existing road when travelling west. They could then build a earth bank to screen off the view of Stonehenge from the road so as passing drivers do not get distracted .

In time the whole length of the A303 needs to be dual carriageway.

Of course Stonehenge was originally built as a roundabout for ley lines as the foot traffic was causing congestion . Merlin threw a fit
2 months ago.
Rosalyn Hilborne club
has replied to Nick Weall club
That is exactly what we have always said Nick. It's just ridiculous. The part of the A303 from Sparkford to Podimore is due to be made dual carriageway soon, so at least that will be one problem sorted.

Have a good evening....almost need the central heating on again!
2 months ago.
 Herb Riddle
Herb Riddle club
C'mon Nick, you got to be desperate to be taking photos of fences almost on the M25 :) Neverthe less, it works of course! Well done.

HFF, enjoy the week. Herb
2 months ago.
Nick Weall club
has replied to Herb Riddle club
Yes I'm scrapping the barrel really Herb, but this one of the important sites in Europe, even if you can hardy see it from this point of view :~) ~~~ Thanks for your good wishes Herb
2 months ago.
 Fred Fouarge
Fred Fouarge club
HFF-Nick mooi perpectief
2 months ago.
Nick Weall club
has replied to Fred Fouarge club
Thank you Fred
2 months ago.
 gezginruh
gezginruh club
An interesting picture and interesting informations, dear Nick!

HFF and have a great weekend! Stay safe.

Best wishes
Füsun
2 months ago.

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