[rescue] Topical to us

Lionel Peterson lionel4287 at gmail.com
Thu Oct 31 20:06:24 CDT 2019

My American brain fails to understand the problem.
They somehow got it from the destroyed building to storage. Can't the same
transport be used to carry it into England?

It could easily be labeled 'scrap' and me transported across the border with
minimal export duties (esp. if they move it before Brexit).

They have the money, they had the time, they spent their time looking for an
easy way to move it - just move it.

In America we have 'pods' and shipping containers, why couldn't this be
containerized or put into several pods?


Pods may not handle the weight, but there must be something similar for
regular 40' shipping containers.

I don't understand how they moved it before, but now they are stuck - under
the EU isn't commerce/travel between member countries supposed to be trivial?

Ken (Lionel)

> On Oct 31, 2019, at 10:32, Phil Stracchino <phils at caerllewys.net> wrote:
> The headline overstates the problem a bit.  The restoration project is
> still on, it's just proving difficult to transport the system.
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