.Simon Thurley, defending the Visitor Centre against criticism said:.
“I think this building is elegant, beautiful, and above all fit for purpose. I think it is a great work of art. But amazingly, it is also reversible: if somebody thinks we got it all wrong in 30 years, it could be dug up, taken away and rebuilt somewhere else, or crunched up and sold off as scrap – and the field would be again as it was.”
So if somebody in 30 years thinks they got the new mile long dual carriageway and cuttings wrong could they be dug up, taken away and rebuilt somewhere else? Or crunched up and sold off as scrap leaving the field and the archaeology as it was?