Proposed Tunnel at Stonehenge Alarms World Heritage Groups

A plan to build a 1.8-mile-long tunnel next to Stonehenge has fired up archaeologists to protect one of the Earth’s most beloved World Heritage sites. “This would establish a sort of precedent for major construction inside a World Heritage site,” said Dan Hicks, a University of Oxford archaeologist who opposes the project. “If you can do it in Stonehenge, you can do it anywhere.”

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Glacier National Park Evacuates Historic Residences in Front of Fast-Moving Fire

Alex and Pam McCollister stood on the edge of the lake in Glacier National Park Monday afternoon not knowing. At the other end of Lake McDonald their family cabin inside the park, which has been in Alex McCollister’s family since 1913, may have been lost in a wildfire that raged through the west side of Glacier on Sunday.

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