Pollution – engage brain, switch off engines, Lynn News letters
This was to allow the very lengthy sand train and a commuter train to arrive at Lynn. The process took a least 10-12 minutes from gate closure to opening.
In front of me were some 30 vehicles, at least thirteen of them had their brake lights on, and from personal knowledge, most of the other vehicles just left their engines running causing easily avoidable pollution not to mention costing the drivers money in burning expensive fuel and going nowhere.
Motorists, please get a grip and stop this mindless pollution that so easily damages the lungs of our children and, of course, all of us. Engage brain and turn your engines off.