I'm sure a better boost for tourism would be to fix the state of the roads and the signs we have already.
The road surfaces would put any tourist off spending longer driving around than necessary.
And we all know areas where a couple of junctions have signs clearly indicating the way to a nearby attraction – and then you come to another junction with no signs and are left to guess the way.
I have nothing against preserving and encouraging Gaelic. But this idea won't help anyone.
Jean Smith, Bailieston
THE article in Tuesday's paper on the 'Craig was excellent.
Of course, your article does contain some urban myths – but they all add to the myth and mysticism of the place.
As one of the last to leave in June 1992, it brought back some fond memories working on the continuous casting deck – and the last day in the Colville Park's bar.
I still wear the 'Steelman' badge with honour even though I had just turned 19 when I was made redundant.
In fact, I ended up working with old colleagues a couple of years later and it was as if we had all suffered a bereavement.
Well, done on a great article.
A big thank you to the Evening Times for the free tickets to Zippos Circus.
We took my three-year-old grandson on Saturday and he loved it, despite the weather.
Thanks again for a cracking day.