The pipeline runs between the Scotland rain shelter and the train tracks, there was a nice Sawtooth oak on the pipeline that was approved back in the day that had to be removed many years later. There are places where the pipe is many feet deep, along the road to Admin building, and some places it is only about 6'deep.I'm obviously in no position to argue, but in other threads the pipeline has been brought up as a "no build zone". Looking at an aerial, it appears (other than walk/roadways) BGW has opted to shy away from "additional coordination"-such as special supports for LNM were designed to span it. The only things I see built in the pipeline right-of-way are in Scotland.
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Regardless, I agree there's a lot of room. How they use it is dependant upon what they think the market will bear. It would make no financial sense to undergo a massive expansion if they don't see a strong ROI.