lr Dannenberg. Despite the postponement of the Castor-transports the protests carry on at the rails near Dannenberg. Yesterday about 35 people had met there and "attended a nuclear power station's funeral", as they called it. They set up a "gravehill" of rail ballast and cloged up the access to the crane with it. As the opposers to nuclear power informed us, the Federal Boarder Gard (BGS) had not succeeded in stopping the action, but they had taken down the particulars of the persons involved. The atmosphere had been determined by the willingness to have talks, between demonstrators and some of the officials alike. There would be no winter pause for the campagne "No railway to the castor-crane".