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On October 03, 2013, Jeffrey Peet, P.E. from United States wrote:
Very interesting and informative. Do you allow visitors to the site during decomissioning?
On October 02, 2011, robert toolan from United Kingdom wrote:
Are you still doing vistors to power station if so what are the time do you have to book Regs Robert
On August 26, 2011, Steve Mitchell from South Africa wrote:
I worked in the Libary at Dounreay in the (very) late 70s and really miss the place still - even although it was 30+ years ago. I found it asafe and well run environment, with a really challenging putting green where I frequently put Harry Patterson and Donny McKinnon to the sword at lunch times! Steve Mitchell. 26/8/2011.
On June 15, 2011, Phil Latheron from United Kingdom wrote:
Fond memories of working at DMTR in 1967
On March 18, 2011, Howard Wilkins from United Kingdom wrote:
I am sad to see the site go. I spent the summers of 1980 and 1981 at Dounreay as a student assistant in both PFR projects and CDO. Great fun and I learned a lot.
On March 04, 2011, Pauline Keith from United States wrote:
Great website and love the newsletter. Such a lot has happened since I left in 2008 - miss you guys.
On January 17, 2011, Randall Bargelt from United States wrote:
Keep up all the good work. Its good to see.
On July 31, 2010, Karel Burgoyne from United Kingdom wrote:
First - excellent web page. Second- something of a walk down memory lane reading about the areas now being dismantled. Happy haunts when I was a lad. Halcyon days and at the time felt like I was surrounded by very, very clever people and too many I am still grateful for the encouragement they gave me as a young "atomic". Third- Those who may remember me please feel free to drop me a line. email@example.com
On July 25, 2010, stephen arnot from United Kingdom wrote:
dounreays website is excellent.easy to navigate and always something new and interesting to read
On June 04, 2010, Dave Oliver from United Kingdom wrote:
As an ex-UKAEA employee (Winfrith site) I like to periodically see what the latest is at the various decommissioning sites. Dounreay's website is excellent, easy to navigate and always something new and interesting to read.