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Faulty Logic

I'm working on some upgrades to the Victorian train network. (Which are secret, at the moment. But I'm allowed to say that much.)

You know the sort of thing: add new signals, change the level crossings, and paint the stations. Nothing terribly major.
Except that we've got all these bits we can't upgrade, because they're heritage listed. All nice and old and pretty, so we're not allowed to change them at all.

Now, I'm a sucker for nostalgia. Love all the heritagey stuff. But it occurs to me that the logic in heritage listing goes something like:
- These buildings / level-crossings / random-pieces-of-metal have not been upgraded for over fifty years.
- Therefore we can't upgrade them now.

Except, aren't they the bits that need upgrading?

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