The Causeway Visitors' Centre once had a small auditorium at one end. In this auditorium a short audio-visual still-image presentation ran continuously.
It was jolly good stuff - all swirling mists and pipe music and with a thoroughly engaging narration. I can remember thinking, every time I watched this, what a brilliantly realised work it was, artistically speaking.
The current Causeway Visitor Experience has nothing that compares even remotely.
Perhaps some enterprising individual with knowledge of this presentation could locate the work, digitise the content and put it back on show.
This would give today's visitors something worthwhile to watch, instead of simply stumbling about in what is just a big shop with a high ceiling.
There may even be a royalty opportunity in there somewhere - appropriately reflecting the rather mercenary approach to heritage site stewardship demonstrated by the National Trust nowadays.
JOHN DAVID CHESTERMAN
Hillsborough, Co Down