Thark Ridge

Tuesday 6 January 2015

Some of the workers at Thark RidgeAlthough we have done quite a number of track work sessions with PWS this is  probably the first time that our normal working bee has been used for that purpose.  One of our biggest turnouts resulted, so track work was not  an unpopular change.
 
Three PWS staff  worked with us  in clearing the 90 metres of new track to bypass a boggy section. In addition the old track still to be used was trimmed.  A few short sections had some rock hardening and where it went over some rocky spots some work was done to make crossing easier .
 
Poles were installed to mark the track and also some in other locations where confusion could arise.  Pointing markers will be added shortly.
 
A very satisfying days work and the new track looks good.

 

Bush  ar track reroute  before work at Site A Thark RidgeTrack through the bush  for reroute  after work at Site A Thark Ridge

Site A  – Before and after the work of the track reroute at Thark Ridge

Bush  ar track reroute  before work at Site B Thark RidgeTrack through the bush  for reroute  after work at Site B Thark Ridge

Site B – Before and after the work of the track reroute at Thark Ridge

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Thark Ridge Jan 2015
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