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Dogged dinner

Letters

I recently had the opportunity to visit One Great George Street as I had business in London, a rare occurrence. I looked upon it as an ideal chance to visit the ICE headquarters.

I planned a turn round the library and a spot of dinner in the much advertised brasserie.

Unfortunately this was not to be, as it was closed.

What is the point of having a facility that can only be used by those living or working in Westminster, as most of us don't have the time for a journey as well as lunch, even if we are in the capital.

Surely the most likely time for members to be able to visit is going to be in the evening when their business is concluded- What a disappointment.

Heather Airlie (M), engineer, Wales & Border Counties, heather. airlie@ britishwaterways. co. uk

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