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From that I don't understand how a rail will get more people seeing inside the building, are you wanting visitors to run up and down those steps?

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It would also be much safer as you wouldn't have people queing outside on a narrow pavement next to a busy road.

Straddling Stock Beck, thousands of tourists have flocked from all over the world to to see it while artists such as John Ruskin, William Turner and Kurt Schwitters have drawn inspiration from its quirkiness.

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I think its dangerous to have a building above water, it could fall in. Close it down! If you put a minnow on your head it would also be dangerous in case a swan pecked you, so don't do that either. Oh Bottega Veneta Mens Wallet Blue

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Build a plywood replica of the internals of bridge house inside some other empty shop or building as a tourist attraction where the various uses of bridge house can be shown.

little rain to make the stone slippery, it could be dangerous. The only way to fit the hand rail would be to drill into the wall or steps. I think it's a bad idea. Better to make sure that the 'ground' floor is open more often. I've seen it open only once and then being used to flog memberships of the National Trust. Mostly it seems to be locked.

"The installation of a handrail will mean people can safely visit the upstairs and quietly reflect on how a space can adapt and change, while remaining a special place."

It would also be much safer as you wouldn't have people queing outside on a narrow pavement next to a busy road.

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I can't see what all the fuss is about. If a handrail would make the steps safer then it should be put in. Those stone steps are a Bottega Veneta Woven Zip Wallet

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Fiona Green, who is leading the project for the trust, said: "We'd like to be able to reflect those different periods of its history, which we know people are very interested in, but without imposing too much on the building's natural characteristics.

Guy from the National Trust was on local news this evening talking about it, for them having the rail is not to do with health / safety and that isn't an issue for them, but they want it to get more people seeing the building.

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From that I don't understand how a rail will get more people seeing inside the building, are you wanting visitors to run up and down those steps?

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After all these years is utter madness.

In 1926 it was bought by a group of local people for 425 and passed into the care of the National Trust in 1928.

and don't put your cat in the chip pan, its dangerous!What's the point? Although it's Grade 1 listed there isn't much to see inside so why the need to open it up. That part of the pavement is congested enough as it is without adding to the problem. The building's importance is in the structure itself and its history. I'd have more sympathy if the Trust had kept it open through the summer but its door is always firmly locked. Health and safety and lets have lots more tourists even though there's no room for them gone mad!

bit tricky, especially if they are wet from either rain or spray when the beck is in fast flow. I don't understand what all this business is of wanting to preserve buildings and outlooks as they have looked for the past hundred years when, with a bit of thought, more people could enjoy them.

What's the point? Although it's Grade 1 listed there isn't much to see inside so why the need to open it up. That part of the pavement is congested enough as it is without adding to the problem. The building's importance is in the structure itself and its history. I'd have more sympathy if the Trust had kept it open through the summer but its door is always firmly locked. Health and safety and lets have lots more tourists even though there's no room for them gone mad!I can't see what all the fuss is about. If a handrail would make the steps safer then it should be put in. Those stone steps are a bit tricky, especially if they are wet from either rain or spray when the beck is in fast flow. I don't understand what all this business is of wanting to preserve buildings and outlooks as they have looked Prada Bag With Chain Strap for the past hundred years when, with a bit of thought, more people could enjoy them. A discreet handrail isn't going to make a difference to the look of the building or weaken the structure.

People are taller and wider than in 1723, so going up those steps (even with a hand rail) will be difficult. If you add a little rain to make the stone slippery, it could be dangerous. The only way to fit the hand rail would be to drill into the wall or steps. I think it's a bad idea. Better to make sure that the 'ground' floor is open more often. I've seen it open only once and then being used to flog memberships of the National Trust. Close it down! If you put a minnow on your head it would also be dangerous in case a swan pecked you, so don't do that either. Oh and don't put your cat in the chip pan, its dangerous!

After all these years is utter madness.

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