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The new bridge
M5 Shark (IP Logged)
06 December, 2017 18:31
Although it's not open yet, someone has had a drive across the new bridge.

[www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk]

 
Re: The new bridge
emerging shark (IP Logged)
06 December, 2017 18:52
The interesting bit is that Salford City Council accepted the operation of the bridge after it is completed!

 
Re: The new bridge
PoyntonShark (IP Logged)
07 December, 2017 00:49
Peel said that the council had accepted operation of the bridge. Statements from Peel are about as reliable as a PSA teamsheet. The council said that they expect Peel to operate it.



Unhappiness, where's when I was young
And we didn't give a damn
'Cause we were raised
To see life as a fun and take it if we can

 
Re: The new bridge
M5 Shark (IP Logged)
07 December, 2017 07:45
The pavement didn't seem that visible?

 
Re: The new bridge
H's Dad... (IP Logged)
07 December, 2017 09:20
The pavement is only on one side. On the Manchester side over the new bridge, then on the stadium side as it turns to go under the M60. Appears to be 6' to 10' wide.
There is no provision apparent for access to the pre-existing canalside footpath. I hope I am wrong but it appears it's going to be re-routed along the new road.

 
Re: The new bridge
07 December, 2017 10:21
Will the footpath be useable for the Cardiff game for those who wish to park at the TC?



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Dis mus be da place

 
Re: The new bridge
MartWhit (IP Logged)
07 December, 2017 12:06
how is this impavted by the Hammerson acquisition of Intu, of which Peel holdings is a major shareholder and has lost a fortune.

 
Re: The new bridge
Pappje Shark (IP Logged)
07 December, 2017 12:52
Probably no impact Mart - Peel's involvement in the bridge is likely to be completely separate from the Intu ownership of the TC. Peel have plenty of other interests remaining in the area.

 
Re: The new bridge
ale shark (IP Logged)
07 December, 2017 13:20
Didnít Intu just buy a massive lease on the TC? Aren't Peel still the landowners?

 
Re: The new bridge
ulsterlad (IP Logged)
07 December, 2017 17:25
Quote:
Mrs Trellis of North Wales
Will the footpath be useable for the Cardiff game for those who wish to park at the TC?

Since the video was posted on Facebook, the bridge has been in the raised position every time I have passed, possibly to prevent anyone else doing the same.

 
Re: The new bridge
07 December, 2017 18:13
Thanks for that.



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Dis mus be da place

 
Re: The new bridge
ashtonshark (IP Logged)
07 December, 2017 18:24
It looked like it was down when I went past at midday today



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 07/12/2017 18:25 by ashtonshark.

 
Re: The new bridge
Grumpy Old Shark (IP Logged)
07 December, 2017 21:33
Presumably, it has to be in an up position to allow shipping to pass?

 
Re: The new bridge
ulsterlad (IP Logged)
07 December, 2017 22:54
Yes it does , but as there is only 1/2 ships that far up the canal the bridges at Eccles (X2) Warburton and Warrington are generally in the closed position to allow vehicles across.

As an aside there is also a free ferry crossing in Irlam which Peel has still got to provide as part of Act or Parliament which allowed the building of the ship canal.. not often used but they legally still have to provide a crossing between Irlam and Flixton for passengers and livestock.(these days you show up, phone the Ferryman on his mobile and they come and get you for free. (Too far from the stadium to be of use but a nice cheap day out))

The same Act also insists on a crossing at Warburton. Ever wonder why the toll is 12 pence each direction and 25 pence return? Again that's is down to the Act that enabled the canal and stipulated tolls for crossing.; The allowed multiplier means the max they can legally charge (currently) is 12.5p. hence the 12p one way and 25p return.

And they still can't open a bridge that was supposed to open in 2014!

 
Re: The new bridge
iBozz (IP Logged)
09 December, 2017 18:10
I was probably too cold to notice, but this is from tonight's MEN!



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Re: The new bridge
HaleShark (IP Logged)
09 December, 2017 18:24
Yes, protests today at the Trafford Centre and they say also at the Stadium. I assume they have lifted the bridge to stop the protesters taking to the bridge.

Simon Orange was confident at the recent fans forum that the bridge would be open by the end of November, he must be bitterly disappointed this issue is still not sorted.

 
Re: The new bridge
Pappje Shark (IP Logged)
09 December, 2017 19:34
I think confident is over-egging it, Hale. Hopeful perhaps.

 
Re: The new bridge
M5 Shark (IP Logged)
09 December, 2017 19:47
The "official" opening of the bridge is really in the hands of Peel isn't it? They can hold out for as long as they want and I iamgine are waiting for Salford Council to act on the publicity which the "protests" are attracting.

I am little surprised how free-flowing the traffic is on a Saturday afternoon. The last two games have actually been quite painless in terms of travel. The owners have talked about the "hit" which they are taking on reduced corporate spend - I wonder how much of a hit that actually is?

 
Re: The new bridge
Grumpy Old Shark (IP Logged)
09 December, 2017 21:36
Quote:
M5 Shark
The "official" opening of the bridge is really in the hands of Peel isn't it? They can hold out for as long as they want and I iamgine are waiting for Salford Council to act on the publicity which the "protests" are attracting.
I am little surprised how free-flowing the traffic is on a Saturday afternoon. The last two games have actually been quite painless in terms of travel. The owners have talked about the "hit" which they are taking on reduced corporate spend - I wonder how much of a hit that actually is?

I think that the problem is that they moved from the corporate rich Friday evening slot to Saturday/Sunday slots to get more bums on seats only to find that the 'we won't come on a Friday night' brigade won't come on a Saturday afternoon/evening either and in actuality probably won't ever come ~ they'll just look for another excuse to blame the club for their non attendance.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 09/12/2017 22:56 by Grumpy Old Shark.

 
Re: The new bridge
iBozz (IP Logged)
10 December, 2017 09:34
Fair point, GOS, but I suspect that yesterday a combination of bad weather, both actual and forecast, and a relatively low key game in the eyes of many, may have contributed to the low numbers.

I suspect also that many a long suffering and reluctant husband and attendant Sprogs were being dragged off to the shops (not necessarily at the Trafford Centre, a deeply unpleasant place to be avoided at all costs in my opinion) to act as porter in preparation for Christmas,

We drove up from the totally (and still) snowless south and arrived at St Michael's Club around 1230 and the traffic was fine, but a long queue was beginning to develop for those coming from the north and who wished to turn off to the Trafford Centre just after the high level bridge.

Even The Barley Farm was significantly quieter than usual so I'm not sure that yesterday was a typical Saturday.

One can, though, live in hope!



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Re: The new bridge
10 December, 2017 11:21
Edward, will new bridge lead to new road and ....London.....?

http://ksassets.timeincuk.net/wp/uploads/sites/55/2012/04/LeagueOfGentlemenPR100412.jpg



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Dis mus be da place

 
Re: The new bridge
DaveAitch (IP Logged)
10 December, 2017 19:25
GOS, as IBozz says a fair point. Can you, though, put your finger on why a couple of thousand, or more, supporters who used to trot along quite happily to watch (whether Friday or Saturday) but now don't bother - without resorting to the rather ridiculous argument that "it's because of the negativity on this forum".

 
Re: The new bridge
ale shark (IP Logged)
10 December, 2017 20:25
Quote:
Grumpy Old Shark
I think that the problem is that they moved from the corporate rich Friday evening slot to Saturday/Sunday slots to get more bums on seats only to find that the 'we won't come on a Friday night' brigade won't come on a Saturday afternoon/evening either and in actuality probably won't ever come ~ they'll just look for another excuse to blame the club for their non attendance.

Didn't this Saturday's game get the 2nd biggest attendance of the season?

Whilst i didn't go yesterday due to other commitments (of which there are many at this time of year) I have purchased 2 half seasons tickets following the game-day switch. These are effective from the Bath game so hopefully a lot may have purchased these as early Christmas presents.

 
Re: The new bridge
10 December, 2017 20:30
Imho the Bath game will get the best attendance figure so far.



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Dis mus be da place

 
Re: The new bridge
Major Bloodnok (IP Logged)
10 December, 2017 20:33
Pre-booking for the Brook coach suggests a good crowd, I understand.



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Somewhere in the South Stand

 
Re: The new bridge
M5 Shark (IP Logged)
10 December, 2017 20:44
Quote:
ale shark
Quote:
Grumpy Old Shark
I think that the problem is that they moved from the corporate rich Friday evening slot to Saturday/Sunday slots to get more bums on seats only to find that the 'we won't come on a Friday night' brigade won't come on a Saturday afternoon/evening either and in actuality probably won't ever come ~ they'll just look for another excuse to blame the club for their non attendance.

Didn't this Saturday's game get the 2nd biggest attendance of the season?

Whilst i didn't go yesterday due to other commitments (of which there are many at this time of year) I have purchased 2 half seasons tickets following the game-day switch. These are effective from the Bath game so hopefully a lot may have purchased these as early Christmas presents.

Regarding the "game-day" switch, has anyone seen confirmation that all matches for the rest of the season have now been changed to a Saturday? Over the summer, it was confirmed that the club's "preference" subject to TV was Saturdays during the darker months/November onwards, and Friday's at the beginning/end of the season.

I know that the Northampton AW game in January has been changed to a Friday (and is not on TV), but not sure about games from March onwards. Saying that, unless we reach the knockout stages of ECC, AW or AP we usually will only have 1 or 2 homes games in the last 8 weeks of the season,

 
Re: The new bridge
ale shark (IP Logged)
10 December, 2017 21:29
Quote:
M5 Shark
Regarding the "game-day" switch, has anyone seen confirmation that all matches for the rest of the season have now been changed to a Saturday? Over the summer, it was confirmed that the club's "preference" subject to TV was Saturdays during the darker months/November onwards, and Friday's at the beginning/end of the season.

I know that the Northampton AW game in January has been changed to a Friday (and is not on TV), but not sure about games from March onwards. Saying that, unless we reach the knockout stages of ECC, AW or AP we usually will only have 1 or 2 homes games in the last 8 weeks of the season,

Yeah, I am a bit worried about this. I emailed Swanny before I got the 1/2 season tickets asking if a formal announcement would be forthcoming, or if I could purchase with confidence based on what was announced by the owners at the fan forum. Swanny never replied. The lack of confirmation is a bit frustrating.

I think the Saracens League game is on TV so is definitely on a Friday as well as the Saints game. Having brought the half season tickets based on what the owners said then if more than 3 of the remaining 8 games are on a Friday then Iíll probably never spend a penny at the club again.

 
Re: The new bridge
M5 Shark (IP Logged)
10 December, 2017 21:37
I don't recall the exact working which Simon O used at the forum, but think he said something like "We've taken the hit on corporates and changed to Saturday's". He didn't say for how long did he?

 
Re: The new bridge
Grumpy Old Shark (IP Logged)
10 December, 2017 22:56
Quote:
ale shark
Quote:
Grumpy Old Shark
I think that the problem is that they moved from the corporate rich Friday evening slot to Saturday/Sunday slots to get more bums on seats only to find that the 'we won't come on a Friday night' brigade won't come on a Saturday afternoon/evening either and in actuality probably won't ever come ~ they'll just look for another excuse to blame the club for their non attendance.

Didn't this Saturday's game get the 2nd biggest attendance of the season?

Whilst i didn't go yesterday due to other commitments (of which there are many at this time of year) I have purchased 2 half seasons tickets following the game-day switch. These are effective from the Bath game so hopefully a lot may have purchased these as early Christmas presents.

Certainly looked like the lowest attendance in the stands in a few seasons - perhaps people bought tickets and stayed in the bars?

 
Re: The new bridge
ale shark (IP Logged)
13 December, 2017 10:20
Bridge update from Peel yesterday, doesn't say much we didn't know.

[www.portsalford.co.uk]

 
Re: The new bridge
emerging shark (IP Logged)
13 December, 2017 18:46
It's like a soap opera... That guy doing the stirring is not going to lie down...

 
Re: The new bridge
iBozz (IP Logged)
15 December, 2017 20:49
Opening "Before Christmas". (Sm124)



No matter what you say, or how you say it, someone somewhere will deliberately go out of their way to be offended.

In loving memory of Her Ladyship - d: 29/12/2007.

You don't know what you've got 'till it's gone. RiP

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South Stand with The New Birtles Faithful.

 
Re: The new bridge
15 December, 2017 21:04
They didn't say which Christmas.



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Dis mus be da place

 
Re: The new bridge
Irish_Shark (IP Logged)
15 December, 2017 21:11
If it's open the day of the bath game that would be a big help with everyone doing their crimbo shopping then too.

 
Re: The new bridge
ulsterlad (IP Logged)
19 December, 2017 15:22
The new bridge and road opened today. (Not not a joke, not next year, not soon - it is open).

 
Re: The new bridge
HaleShark (IP Logged)
19 December, 2017 16:40
The bridge is open!!!!!!!!!!! Been reported on Manchester Evening News. AChristmas miracle has occurred in Salford!😄😄

 
Re: The new bridge
Oberon (IP Logged)
19 December, 2017 17:24
Have just driven over bridge by-passing the queue from AJ Bell to M60, however I drove into the gridlock outside Trafford Centre. Iím hoping the additional road hasnít been built as a place to absorb the traffic jam like they do at Disney. Are they still planning to close the down ramp from M60 to A57 as I do see problems ahead ?

 
Re: The new bridge
Chris1850 (IP Logged)
19 December, 2017 18:30
Quote:
HaleShark
The bridge is open!!!!!!!!!!! Been reported on Manchester Evening News. AChristmas miracle has occurred in Salford!😄😄

There is so much misinformation on this board. At various times recently we have been linked with Ford, Launchbury even SBW. Whilst such stellar signings would be extremely optimistic and hopeful, I guess there is the tiniest very remote possibility that something so huge could happen to our beloved club.

Opening the bridge though. Now that is really taking the ****. Any poster trying to convince us that it has happened really needs to be banned from this board as it is now no longer a joke.(Sm102)

 
Re: The new bridge
Timpers (IP Logged)
19 December, 2017 19:08

 
Re: The new bridge
ulsterlad (IP Logged)
19 December, 2017 23:08
Quote:

Not sure if you caught the posts above, but the bridge was opened to traffic about 3pm today.

 
Re: The new bridge
ulsterlad (IP Logged)
19 December, 2017 23:17
Quote:
Oberon
Have just driven over bridge by-passing the queue from AJ Bell to M60, however I drove into the gridlock outside Trafford Centre. Iím hoping the additional road hasnít been built as a place to absorb the traffic jam like they do at Disney. Are they still planning to close the down ramp from M60 to A57 as I do see problems ahead ?

The proposed closure of the slip road is part of WIGS phase 2.

Recently the local MP (Barbara Keeley) and both Salford and Trafford councils have confirmed that while WIGS part II is a long term vision, traffic studies have not been done, planning permission has not been given and no funds have been allocated.

So no, the down ramp will not be closed (well not within the next 10 years anyway)

 
Re: The new bridge
iBozz (IP Logged)
20 December, 2017 08:33
Quote:
ulsterlad
[... traffic studies have not been done ...

In keeping with the traffic study criteria used when they were carried out for the original stadium and infrastructure build, the slip road study will take place between 0300 and 0305 on Christmas Morning. To aid the counters, the slip road will be closed for this period and diversions via Todmorden and Cleethorpes will be in place. grinning smiley



No matter what you say, or how you say it, someone somewhere will deliberately go out of their way to be offended.

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Re: The new bridge
ulsterlad (IP Logged)
20 December, 2017 09:28
Quote:
iBozz
Quote:
ulsterlad
[... traffic studies have not been done ...

In keeping with the traffic study criteria used when they were carried out for the original stadium and infrastructure build, the slip road study will take place between 0300 and 0305 on Christmas Morning. To aid the counters, the slip road will be closed for this period and diversions via Todmorden and Cleethorpes will be in place. grinning smiley

You have obviously read the traffic plan attached to the original planning application which states that 4000 people will cycle to the stadium, 1000 by car ,( all with 4 in each, which is why there is officially only 300 parking spaces at the stadium) 2000 will walk and the remaining 5000 will arrive by public transport ( no mention that at best 4 buses pass an hour, so max of 300 an hour and would take over 17hours for those to arrive or leave ( factor in that no public transport is available after 22:30 or before 05:00 and it will take 2 days for that 5000 to arrive or leave after the game.))

But as you said, they have measured the traffic flow on Christmas Day 1917 and the 10 pages of bumph explain why it is all good and the plans are well worked out.

 
Re: The new bridge
ale shark (IP Logged)
20 December, 2017 09:52
Slightly surprised the council have let it open now. New highways schemes normally take a week or two to bed in and let people get used them and configure the traffic signal phase durations, youíll often see delays around such works. To open it in advance of this weekend in this location is quite a risk. Hope Iím wrong.

 
Re: The new bridge
ulsterlad (IP Logged)
20 December, 2017 09:59
The new forum sweepstake is:
4 years ago (before the bridge was even started) they put signs up, changed the road markings at the TC end. Then within a week burned off the road markings and spray painted the signs they had erected.

So for a grand prize (of nothing) , how long do you think it will be before they clean/replace the road markings they did 4 years ago?

 
Re: The new bridge
ageinghoody (IP Logged)
20 December, 2017 12:56
Quote:
iBozz
Quote:
ulsterlad
[... traffic studies have not been done ...

In keeping with the traffic study criteria used when they were carried out for the original stadium and infrastructure build, the slip road study will take place between 0300 and 0305 on Christmas Morning. To aid the counters, the slip road will be closed for this period and diversions via Todmorden and Cleethorpes will be in place. grinning smiley

That gave me a good laugh, butalso made me think. In the spirit of the age in which we apparently now live, how long before someone, somewhere quotes your satire as fact Roy?

"It's on the Internet so it must be true!

Different topic I suppose. Apologies!

 
Re: The new bridge
Timpers (IP Logged)
20 December, 2017 17:01
I did thanks.

 
Re: The new bridge
ulsterlad (IP Logged)
20 December, 2017 19:13
Quote:
ale shark
Slightly surprised the council have let it open now. New highways schemes normally take a week or two to bed in and let people get used them and configure the traffic signal phase durations, youíll often see delays around such works. To open it in advance of this weekend in this location is quite a risk. Hope Iím wrong.

Out of curiousity what do you imagine they would do to open a bridge in phases?

 
Re: The new bridge
Major Bloodnok (IP Logged)
20 December, 2017 19:42
Quote:
ulsterlad
Quote:
ale shark
Slightly surprised the council have let it open now. New highways schemes normally take a week or two to bed in and let people get used them and configure the traffic signal phase durations, youíll often see delays around such works. To open it in advance of this weekend in this location is quite a risk. Hope Iím wrong.

Out of curiousity what do you imagine they would do to open a bridge in phases?

They open the road in phase 1 and lower the road deck in phase 2...



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Somewhere in the South Stand

 
Re: The new bridge
ale shark (IP Logged)
20 December, 2017 20:06
Ulster - I don't think it would be a phased opening, Iím just surprised they didn't delay it so that it didn't coincide with what is probably the biggest shopping week of the year at a location that already operates over capacity. Clearly it would have made sense to open in November when it was ready. The area is totally b#ggered anyway so I guess it doesnít make much difference. Good luck to anyone planning on using J10 on Saturday.

 
Re: The new bridge
M5 Shark (IP Logged)
26 December, 2017 22:14
Some interesting and further discussion on the very useful forum for construction/transport projects here
[www.skyscrapercity.com]

Comment #1337 talks about Salford Council trying to tie Salford Reds to AJB after we suggested we may look elsewhere

 
Re: The new bridge
SiBolton (IP Logged)
01 January, 2018 15:55
Ok so going by the info, can you actually walk across the Bridge?
Always look forward to com8n* up to the AJ Bell, even though we donít get the results we always have a good time, and a few of us staying other side of the bridge and thinking it has to be quicker to walk to the ground ( if you can walk across)

 
Re: The new bridge
01 January, 2018 16:28
I saw several people walking across after the Bath game.



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Dis mus be da place

 
Re: The new bridge
SiBolton (IP Logged)
01 January, 2018 17:27
Ok thanks much appreciated

 
Re: The new bridge
ulsterlad (IP Logged)
02 January, 2018 03:32
There is a wide footpath up to, over the bridge and onto the stadium. There is also a large free carpark at the chill Factorie (which has several drinking venues) and is closer than the Trafford Centre if you are parking and walking.

One side is a footpath, the other has metal covering (which I assume is where the tram will run of it ever happens)

So yes the new bridge has pedestrian access.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 02/01/2018 03:35 by ulsterlad.

 
Re: The new bridge
ulsterlad (IP Logged)
13 August, 2018 03:27
Sorry!

I have dug up the most recent thread (about facilities I could see) to let you know that ALDI have leaftlet dropped all the residents within a couple of miles with their plans to submit a planning application for a store at the AJ bell.

I will try and upload the leaflet, but it looks like the plot on the left just after the bridge on Stadium Way.

 
Re: The new bridge
emerging shark (IP Logged)
13 August, 2018 10:45
Hardly at the AJB, more like near the AJB..

 
Re: The new bridge
JohnJ of HM (IP Logged)
13 August, 2018 13:35
Quote:
ulsterlad
Sorry!
I have dug up the most recent thread (about facilities I could see) to let you know that ALDI have leaftlet dropped all the residents within a couple of miles with their plans to submit a planning application for a store at the AJ bell.

I will try and upload the leaflet, but it looks like the plot on the left just after the bridge on Stadium Way.
When I tried to renew my parking ticket for the car park behind the North Stand, Angie said that wasn't available any more. so I suppose it might be there.

 
Re: The new bridge
H's Dad... (IP Logged)
13 August, 2018 20:52
Originally wasn't that plot going to be an IKEA? Have they pulled out? Or was it all just Swedish meatballs?

 
Re: The new bridge
Crutch (IP Logged)
14 August, 2018 08:10
They've definitely cancelled the Preston store and a number of others but my source at IKEA says the Salford site is still a potential...

Apparently it costs about £75M to set up a new standard store, so with current economic uncertainty you can understand the hesitation.

 
Re: The new bridge
H's Dad... (IP Logged)
14 August, 2018 09:32
Down south perhaps with that in mind they seem to be now modifying their modus operandi with smaller stores, a more limited range of goods and no restaurant or play area.

 
Re: The new bridge
Crutch (IP Logged)
14 August, 2018 10:59
No warehouse either.

Theyre not going very well apparently...

 
Re: The new bridge
H's Dad... (IP Logged)
15 August, 2018 15:37
Is anything in peri-Brexit Britain? You now get less than a Euro per Pound if you change money at the airport....Mrs T should be apoplectic!

 
Re: The new bridge
ulsterlad (IP Logged)
21 September, 2018 00:49
For anyone interested the planning for the proposed ALDI has been submitted, planned opening summer 2019.


The plot immediatelty to the left as you cross the bridge to the stadium.


Salford Planning application 18/72311/FUL


or try this link


[publicaccess.salford.gov.uk]


Plans are within the documents.


For those wondering the proposed IKEA is/was between the stadium and the Bridge, this is a separate site.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 21/09/2018 00:52 by ulsterlad.

 
Re: The new bridge
ale shark (IP Logged)
21 September, 2018 06:01
Crickey, you wouldnít want to finish your shopping at 16:40 on a matchday.

Looks like access to the rear car park area, down that track, will be lost pretty soon.

 
Re: The new bridge
Grumpy Old Shark (IP Logged)
21 September, 2018 07:51
Quote:
H's Dad...
Is anything in peri-Brexit Britain? You now get less than a Euro per Pound if you change money at the airport....Mrs T should be apoplectic!

People should be careful what they wish (vote) for....


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