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March 2008

During the heavy rain leading to last Summer's floods, the historic Severn Valley Railway was badly affected by landslips along the Bridgnorth to Bewdley line. Reconstruction of the rail embankments was carried out using a 22m reach machine, building gabion baskets and re-profiling the slopes adjacent to the River Severn.  Work is on track to have the line reopened for the Easter weekend.

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  • September 2019 >

    Somerset Pioneer Dredge for NEW CASE CX370 22m Read More
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