These were taken last Saturday morning, under a grey and threatening sky.
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The size of the columns and cross-beams can be gauged by the men working on top doing the form-work for where the girders will be keyed to the beams.
Starting from the south side of the bridge - and looking southwards - the following sequence moves towards the centre of the existing bridge.
Columns are now starting to rise from the piers sunk in the river.
The cylindrical steel form-work for the construction of the concrete columns.
On the northern side of the river the girders are being positioned and are getting closer to the northern bank of the Clarence.
Finally, a few shots of the panorama from a vantage-point along the riverbank towards the sugar factory.
Soon the girders will be marching across the river, so my next update will most likely be later this month.