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Above: A tense moment as the shroud is fitted in place.
Will it join up at the top.

Above: The gap between the flange plates was exactly twenty millimetres as calculated and
was closed using a chain block. This will put the spokes under slight compression.

Above: Now looking like a wheel the task of fitting
the buckets can start.

Above: Roy Watkinson slots the boards into place.
The boards are loosely fitted before squeezing
the two sides of the wheel together.

Above: A view of the wheel from the north end of the pit.

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