Who knows if we will ever be elec­tri­fied?

Nottingham Post - - OPINION -

VIEW­ERS of all ages will have been en­thralled and some a lit­tle fright­ened by the first episode of the new series of Dr Who.

There will be many lo­cal chil­dren who have trav­elled on the rail jour­ney from Hather­sage to Grindle­ford with­out en­coun­ter­ing alien forms on an un­event­ful jour­ney from Hather­sage be­fore alight­ing at Grindle­ford for a walk back to Not­ting­hamshire County Coun­cil’s St Michael’s en­vi­ron­men­tal cen­tre in Hather­sage.

Hu­mour and irony was ev­er­p­re­sent. For many view­ers par­tic­u­larly those who are rail com­muters in this re­gion a warn­ing was is­sued, not to walk on the line for it may be elec­tri­fied, pro­vi­sion which many through­out the East Mid­lands have long ar­gued for and is still to be achieved, rais­ing the ques­tion when will elec­tri­fi­ca­tion of the East Mid­lands be po­si­tioned. Could it be that Dr Who knows? Paul Key Castle­ton Av­enue Arnold

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