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THE WEY & ARUN CANAL
'London's Lost Route to the Sea'

LOXWOOD BRIDGE PARAPETS
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The west parapet and flank wall with Loxwood Lock and Horse Bridge in the background. (June 10, 2012.) (Photo: Richard Crook)
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The east parapet wall viewed from the road with the Canal Centre in the background. Wiggonholt is about to pass under the bridge on a public trip to Devil's Hole. (June 10, 2012.) (Photo: Richard Crook)
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The east parapet wall viewed from Loxwood jetty. Wiggonholt left and Zachariah Keppel right. (June 10, 2012.) (Photo: Richard Crook)
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The west side of the west parapet has been clad with bricks, leaving the road side of the wall still to be clad. (May 24, 2012.) (Photo: Richard Crook)
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The east parapet wall is clad with bricks on both sides. Fitted with the balustrade, the copings need to be fitted before completion. (May 24, 2012.) (Photo: Richard Crook)
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A short distance upstream from Loxwood bridge, the water pours over the top of the lower gates of Loxwood lock following another week of heavy rain. (May 3, 2012.) (Photo: Richard Crook)
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A closeup of the wall showing the inner wall reinforcing cage and the mounting bolts for the balustrade. (May 3, 2012.) (Photo: Richard Crook)
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Looking south along the the west wall. (May 3, 2012.) (Photo: Richard Crook)
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The east side parapet showing the the reinforcing cage and the shutter in place on one side. (May 3, 2012.) (Photo: Richard Crook)
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Reinforcing cage on the parapet wall parallel with the road on the west side of the bridge. (April 27, 2012.) (Photo: Richard Emsley)
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The shuttering in place for the reinforced concrete inner wall. This is the flank on the west side of the bridge which runs parallel with the towpath. (April 27, 2012.) (Photo: Richard Emsley)
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Reinforcing rods being cemented into the holes drilled in the concrete beams on the west side. In the foreground is the base of the flank wall parallel with the towpath. These rods will anchor the reinforced concrete wall which will be sandwiched between the facing bricks. (April 18, 2012.) (Photo: Richard Emsley)
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Reinforcing rods being cemented into the pre-drilled holes in the concrete beams on the west side. (April 18, 2012.) (Photo: Richard Emsley)
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Viewed from Loxwood Lock, the scaffolded bridge. (April 15, 2012.) (Photo: Richard Crook)
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On the west side the original steel parapets have been also been removed and holes drilled in the concrete for the reinforcing. (April 15, 2012.) (Photo: Richard Crook)
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On the east side the original steel parapets have been removed and the concrete surface marked in preparation for holes to be drilled for the wall reinforcement. (April 15, 2012.) (Photo: Richard Crook)
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View looking from the Canal Centre of Loxwood Bridge after the first week's work. (April 15, 2012.) (Photo: Richard Crook)

Last updated  Sunday, 10 June, 2012
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