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Help a poor confused Ward with something: Which "island"?
I would hope that it is to the island open to guests. Not the other one which contains vital RoE equipment (of which I am sure that you know).
Of course, this means that one of the bridges will be demolished, I think. It would look rather silly if 3 bridges led to one small island. You could probably fit more guests on the bridges than you can on the island.
Originally posted by Phonedave
Well, if your parents can't teach you, maybe you can learn from a taser.
I would imagine that they are building a handicap-accessible bridge to the section at the bottom of the green arrow in Ward's pic. At the moment all "bridges" there have stairs to the best of my memory.
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