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Above: The river side bearing seemed to be discharging excessive grease
and it was decided to remove the bearing cap to investigate.

Above: Tony Hadley and Ted Trett are happy that the journal is running true in the bronze
bearing. Too much grease had been pumped into the bearing cap.

Above: The crew in the bottom of the wheel pit give the backboards the final coat of red
gloss.

Above: The construction crew pose around the wheel as did the
workers after construction of the wheel in Cornwall 1910.

Above: The wheel as viewed from the river walk.

Above: Laxey fair June 24th 2006.

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