Posted on August 21, 2008 by gregornot
Atomic body backs rail proposal
A campaign to route a railway line to the far north of Scotland across the Dornoch Firth has won backing from a nuclear organisation.
The United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA) said the Dornoch Rail Link would boost the local economy.
The link was mentioned in its submission to Scottish Government consultation on new transport projects.
Railfuture Scotland welcomed the response by UKAEA, which is involved with the Dounreay site in Caithness.
Routing the railway line across the firth – as the A9 road is – would drastically cut journey times, according to Railfuture.
It argued European funding would cover most of the estimated £15m cost.
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Posted on August 18, 2008 by gregornot
In addition to writing this blog I also write 4-5 other blogs and have taken over the responsibility of getting “The Shundahai Network” web site running, again.
After our Founder and Spiritual Leader of the Western Shoshone People passed, last July- Corbin Harney, thing sorta fell apart.
But we are up and running again, I am also getting my 18 year old son enrolled in College in Salt Lake City, UT. In addition I am moving to Las Vegas, to be closer to Yucca Mountain, the proposed High-Level Radioactive Waste Suppository Repository, which is located on Traditional Western Shoshone Lands. These Lands encompass parts of several states, UT, CA, ID and NV . Things have been pretty busy lately and once again I am putting a call out to ask for any Video’s, Audio recordings, memories of Shundahai Network actions and also the same for any Corbin Harney Materials.
Nuclear and Indigenous Items of Interest
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