Here the Broadmeadows Bridge works can be seen as continuing and the frame has been assembled to allow piles to be driven down around the area so that the middle can be
dug out without fear of the sides collapsing in.
The photo, below right, shows one of the piles, each of which are around 5m long, being pushed into the ground.
Broadmeadows Bridge [Courtesy of Nuttall's] (Click for a larger image)
Broadmeadows piles [Courtesy of Nuttall's] (Click for a larger image)
21st January 2008
Bifurcation chamber after flooding [Courtesy of Nuttall's] (Click for a larger image)
The bifurcation chamber has now been drained or the flood water has receded and the resulting mess caused by the flooding can be clearly seen.
Here the water can be seen pouring over the site where the sluice used to be.
The high water at the sluice [Courtesy of Nuttall's] (Click for a larger image)
1 The brook referred to as the Chatterley Brook is actually a unnamed brook that flows from Weston-under-Penyard past Chackley Grove.
It has only recently become referred to as the Chatterley Brook and locally it was previously known as Chackley Brook. 2Flood Work Hit By Weak Teeth Ross-on-Wye Journal - Wednesday May 14, 2008