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Hi baheid, welcome to Snowheads.

This is a bit of an old thread but the funicular continues to create some controversy as I'm sure you know.

With regards this Dave Morris bloke can members not get rid of him?

I presume you're referring to The Ramblers Association, where is head office - somewhere in England?

Sorry for all the questions but can you also give us an idea what the Badenoch and Strathspey group of the Ramblers thinks (I'm presuming you're a member)?
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
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sherman-maeir wrote:

Well I'm not sure that I view 150,000 summer visitors as a success given the sensitive nature of the site, even if they are allegedly 'roped in'.

Not even roped-in - you aren't allowed to leave the top building in summer. In the top station they have an exhibition to occupy those who go up. Absolutely ridiculous. I went straight down again and walked up so I could walk around outside and see the views properly. They must rely on visitors who don't know what it's like - nobody who had been up would recommend it.
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 Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
snowball wrote:
you aren't allowed to leave the top building in summer.

It's stranger than that - if you walk up you are allowed into the building for a cuppa and a cake and are then allowed back out again - or at least that was the case a couple of years ago - and I have a feeling that you cannot walk up and get the train down.
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^ They recently changed the VMP and you can now walk up and then get the train down.

It's not entirely CMLs fault, as I understand it the reason these silly rules were brought in was to quiet down opposition from the environmental lobby and allow the original project to gain planning permission.
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