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Gerard Byrne’s Case Study: Loch Ness (Some Possibilities and Problems) 2001-11 is at the MK Gallery in Milton Keynes until 3 April. Brian Dillon writes about it for the LRB here.

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  1. Geoff Roberts says:

    Of course railways are the best form of transport from every point of view – as long as they are publicly-owned. The results of privatisation in the UK ought to be a warning for everybody, so I hope that this will be a state-owned operation.
    The German system is one of the best in the world in terms of efficiency and speed. The people of Stuttgart have protested loudly over a mad plan to build the station underground, but I don’t think they will be able to stop the project. On Sunday the state holds its local elections and it’s a possibility that the next Minister President could be a Green – if he wins, the railway construction project (plus Frau merkel’s blatant U-turn on nuclear power stations) could see him into the job.

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