So "more need to be successful". You continue to avoid the point - made 4 or 5 times now - that some railways simply don't have access to this type of land. You can say "must do better" as much as you like, but that's not going to change things. You are effectively "pointing your finger" at all the other railways which you think haven't done enough. Those railways may be in the middle of protracted negotiations, or waiting for existing owners to sell-up. They may also be stuck with the site they've got. Unless you know the circumstances, it is simply not fair to compare them with the fortunate situation at the IOWSR.