Stonehenge tunnel route moved by 50 metres after protests
Plans for 1.8-mile road tunnel are still very divisive and estimated cost of project has risen to £1.6bn
The government has changed the preferred route of a road tunnel designed to restore peace and tranquillity to Stonehenge after protests by druids, archaeologists and conservation experts.
There was an outcry that the 1.8-mile tunnel would pass too close to precious barrows and ruin the view of the sun setting at the winter solstice, a crucial date in the pagan calendar.
Source: Guardian Transport