Just an idle question. Were BKV panels ever considered for temporary works
such as St K road diversions?
While these panels only have a ten year life on heavily trafficked routes
realistically (and attempts to exceed that fail inevitably), that's not a
problem with diversions lasting less time than that. They are also cheap,
very quick to install and are 90% recyclable.
On Sat, 19 Nov 2022, 10:18 am Mal Rowe, mal.rowe@...> wrote:
> On 16/11/2022 14:37, Andrew Highriser wrote:
> > Taken from a passing tram.
> Thanks for the tip - it's the only way to see much of the work at the
> First pic is my snap of the new crossover at the south end.
> Second pic shows the soon to be removed temporary deviation.
> I see that they have already removed the lighting fixtures from the
> tramway centre poles.
> Mal Rowe - watching history
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