Parts of Baltimore and Fayette streets and Carrollton Avenue were closed, and commuters were blocked from some lanes on Cathedral and Mulberry streets.Yesterday, city employees focused on Mulberry Street west of Park Avenue, repairing pipes used to divert water after the cave in and explosion. Officials said one lane of Mulberry would be open to traffic this morning and the other lane by Monday.”Parking was impossible, and it wasn’t good for business,” said Harry Singleton, who works at the Perfect Images Barbershop, in the 200 block of W. Mulberry.
Whatever the Saltash coaches said at half time needs to be bottled, as the home side were on fire at the turnaround, playing into a stiff breeze, scored firstly almost from the kick off, with right wing Will Morton given a narrow space to operate in, and away he went to score a try for 31 15. Cruikshanks added the next for his hat trick and further tries came from centre Todd Crofts, hooker Ryan Rayner, with replacement props Simon Nance and Chris Carpenter getting in on the act with well taken tries before centre Jason Carroll rounded off the scoring. Down added a further conversion before replacement fly half Harrison Reburn slotted a further 3 tries, with Slough’s solitary second half score coming from prop Colby Short with Kink Converting..
Why the new Land Rover Defender could be built in SlovakiaLand Rover is currently building a huge factory in NitraWith the Coventry car maker poised to unveil an all new version of the vehicle which got the Land Rover ball rolling 70 years ago, one expert believes the new version will be made in eastern Europe.Land Rover is currently building a huge factory in Nitra, Slovakia, and recently announced it would be shifting production of its Discovery model there from Solihull.Production of the Land Rover Defender came to an end at Land Rover’s Lode Lane factory in Solihull in January 2016.He is convinced the new Defender will be built in Slovakia rather than Solihull.”I think that is almost certain and I think some of the stuff Ralf Speth came out with this week, which was obviously heartfelt and genuine, is preparing the way for that,” he said.”One of the automotive magazines suggested the new Defender is coming off a new platform but I have always understood it is coming off the same platform as the Discovery, so it would make sense to be built in the same place.Land Rover fest kicks off with 15 strong classic car cavalcadeSlovakia factory could build 150,000 vehicles a year “The Slovakia plant has the capacity to produce 150,000 vehicles a year and they are saying it could go up to 300,000.”Certainly there is the capacity there. It makes perfect sense to put it into Slovakia.”In addition Solihull is land locked and Jaguar Land Rover has also talked about it being used to produce electric cars.”The last Land Rover Defender coming off the production line at SolihullUpsetting traditionalists The move will no doubt upset some traditionalists, who are eagerly awaiting the new Defender but expecting it to be built in Lode Lane.Asked whether it might upset people Mike added: “Certainly. There are always the diehards.