Geography and History - 3
Posted: Monday, 19 December 2005
These turbines will be a huge eyesore and an imposition on Lewis. For a good deal of time the wind will be too strong on Lewis for them to be switched on. My father has four in the field behind his house and it is rare that more than two are operating. I also wonder what would happen to the foundations were there to be a deep seated underground fire in the peat stratae. I don't remember Mr Oppenheimer being generous to the island in the past. How would profits be calculated. It's another Harris quarry type of exploitation with no thought for the beauty of the island. There are similar schemes mooted in the Lake District but they are meeting with vehement opposition. Would I be cynical if I mooted the idea of a former member of parliament with Lewis connections pushing this whole idea along or would I be completely wrong?
calumannabel from Four Winds Eoropie
Those images really put the point across Arnish. I've seen the visual comparison a few times but it still has an impact. Look forward to the next instalment.(Let's hope that Callanish Air will use smaller planes and that we don't have jumbo jets doing a real live comparison.)
annie beag from lone sheiling 17
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