Posted: Wednesday, 18 April 2007
AL are you sure the study was for a bridge and not just the SSE sub sea cable snaking its way north from the hanger to be built in Gravir. I'm also surpirsed that Eishken will have spare rock when you look at the number of borrow pits to be opened to facilitate the installation of the turbines. They might be able to make a peat causeway though. A fine answer to the problem of what do we do with all this stuff then? ach just through it in the sea over at Kershader.....
Mark from Gravir
Mark, It may well be that the crossing is a double for the high-voltage cable. Thanks very much for blowing up that idea of "spare rock". Thought it was too good to be true :-D)
Arnish Lighthouse from Stornoway