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Above: The top of the weir is opened up to accommodate the outflow pipe.

Above: The concrete is poured into the shuttering and vibrated to
ensure the structure has strength.

Above: The finished water intake.
The two slots are for the control gate and the debris filter.

Above: The crew fit the pipe down the river wall
The fall is only three inches in fifty metres.

Above: The pipe is pulled together using a chain block.

Above: A second crew commence clearing the old lade.
This was the original water course that supplied the washing floors
with water for the four wheels and other machinery.

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