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In my opinion, the Stonehenge monument and surroundings should continue to be viewed from the main road (NCE 3 February).

It has been on the main road for thousands of years and has been viewed by passers by. While I understand that the traffic has increased, why should the National Trust have the right to remove the monument from view?

The National Trust does not want to protect the landscape, it just wants to impose its will on others by dictating how it thinks its land is best managed for its own interest throughout the country.

Kevin O'Shea (M), quayside@campus. ie

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