Recycling banks wedged under Iford Bridge being removed

Recycling banks wedged under Iford Bridge being removed

Recycling banks wedged under Iford Bridge being removed

Recycling banks wedged under Iford Bridge being removed

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A crane is moving two recycling banks wedged against Iford Bridge in Christchurch after flooding this week.

The bottle and cardboard banks and a shipping container are being moved by council workers this morning.

The shipping container will be placed next to the bowling club by the flood wall.

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11:55am Fri 3 Jan 14

xbar48 says...

Where did these recycling banks come from? Presumably that's not their normal location. Half a story, Echo! ;)
Where did these recycling banks come from? Presumably that's not their normal location. Half a story, Echo! ;) xbar48
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12:19pm Fri 3 Jan 14

Crank says...

I hope the water washes off the disfiguring graffiti I notified the county council about some months ago . . . Grade 1 listed bridge: anything done? Nope! Except more graffiti.
I hope the water washes off the disfiguring graffiti I notified the county council about some months ago . . . Grade 1 listed bridge: anything done? Nope! Except more graffiti. Crank
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6:47pm Fri 3 Jan 14

mikeymagic says...

xbar48 wrote:
Where did these recycling banks come from? Presumably that's not their normal location. Half a story, Echo! ;)
About 60 yards to the left. I feel sorry for the guy who owns/uses the shipping container.
[quote][p][bold]xbar48[/bold] wrote: Where did these recycling banks come from? Presumably that's not their normal location. Half a story, Echo! ;)[/p][/quote]About 60 yards to the left. I feel sorry for the guy who owns/uses the shipping container. mikeymagic
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8:59pm Fri 3 Jan 14

baylin says...

xbar48 wrote:
Where did these recycling banks come from? Presumably that's not their normal location. Half a story, Echo! ;)
they have been there for a few years.
[quote][p][bold]xbar48[/bold] wrote: Where did these recycling banks come from? Presumably that's not their normal location. Half a story, Echo! ;)[/p][/quote]they have been there for a few years. baylin
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