What impresses me most about the effort to save the Watford-Brighton Line is the number of readers' letters on your pages over the last few months from members of the public.
Who said people are lazy about putting pen to paper? When they care enough they will. Interestingly, every letter has raised a different point in favour of keeping the line, which suggests that for every letter published there may have been others saying the same.And how many of us have read the letters and said to ourselves, 'That's exactly what | think'?
I certainly haven't seen one letter from a private citizen against saving the line.
How can the Minister for Transport, the MPs, the mayor, the railways and anyone else whose job it is to serve the public possibly ignore such a spontaneous protest?