We that’s that….

So the saga of HS 2b continues.  This time last year it was going to run to the south east of Measham and I decided to document the destruction of countryside I grew up with.   The in the summer there was a change of heart, I am told this was due the routes’ close proximity to the Measham graveyard – whether this is the reason or not I cannot confirm.   What I can confirm is that it does put pay to my project as the revised route doesn’t really destroy countryside that hasn’t already been destroyed again and again over the centuries.   This being said there is  a long long way to go before HS2B is built so who the hell knows what is going to  happen.

About Guthlac

An artist, historian and middle aged man who'se aim in life is to try and enjoy as much of it as he can
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