Comment posted Argyll and the Isles hits warp speed by James Roy.
How did the Kintyre fast express get to Portavadie from Islay?
Round the Mull?
That’s about 80 miles, quite a trip!
Through the Canal?
Recent comments by James Roy
- Glasgow helicopter crash: now the questions – but why no black box?
The weight of the Honeywell Advanced Flight recorder is 8.8lbs.
where major efforts were made to recover the box from the mid Atlantic. The box was eventually recovered by a robot submarine from 3900 metres depth.
I don’t think 9 lbs is here or there in respect of a helicopter like that which crashed, but I imagine these bits of kit are very expensive.
I would support a regulation that all aircraft operating within UK airspace should have such a device installed.
- Nationhood: Talking about Renewables
208-TI has a half life of 4 minutes. It decays to 208-PB which is not radio active.
The % of 208-TI left after just 7 hours is 0.000000000000000000000000000002%
and half that every four minutes from then.
So I don’t think we need to worry about that too much.
- Western Ferries boats leaving 14.00 today for new life at Fort William
The link doesn’t work
In any case the boats have either switched off, arrived or are out of range
- Landslide closes A83
A bit off topic, but is there any advice on regaular delays at Erskine Bridge coming from the airport to Argyll, around 1830 hrs?
- The Galley of Lorne and the terrorism of serial planning applications
Let it go, Stevo.
Points have been made, and you won’t add anything else by rambling on.
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