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Plant potty


I am not surprised at the enormous cost of decommissioning existing UK nuclear plants (NCE 24 March).

At least three plants appear to have been physically moved according to the location map shown.

Wylfa (Angelsey) appears to have been re-located on the mainland at Colwyn Bay.

Trawsfynydd (Gwynedd) has been moved at least 80km inland, and Capenhurst (Wirral peninsula) has been moved closer to Preston, Lancashire.

Robert Owen (M), Frodsham, Cheshire, robowen911@hotmail. com

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