Sunday, 28 March 2010

The National Trust, their contractors and VANDALS!

The National Trust's so-called 'Wicken Vision,' the mad plan to turn thousands of acres of the finest food-growing Fen land into a water-logged jungle, has involved successive and highly-paid contractors. The successive and highly-paid contractors, building costly new bridges over such as Swaffham Bulbeck Lode and Reach Lode - the latter structure to be some 600 feet long - have attracted the attentions of VANDALS.

Here is what the VANDALS did to Jackson Civil Engineering's sign at Swaffham Bulbeck Lode.

And here is more of the VANDALS' work - a broken sign from BAM Nuttall, the world-famous design and construction company that designed and constructed the world-famous Cambridge guided busway and are in the process of designing and constructing the bridge over Reach Lode. I spotted this near Burwell.

Finally, for now, I have seen the BAM Nuttall design and construction site notice board near Reach Lode. Look at that: some VANDALS have even hit it! And with what? What next? Who can tell?

Question: who are the real VANDALS?

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