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« Reply #15 on: March 10, 2020, 06:11:37 pm »

Passed the worksite at Hayle Causeway today, Network Rail Western and their subcontractors are doing what appears to be a superb clearup operation. The bridged road is now open again too.

I also noticed the stabilisation work on the landward side of the cutting just NW of Carbis Bay, that's impressive, but usually missed as everyone is looking out of the other side to sea. I'll try and grab some photos of that when next on the line. 
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