Sometimes it is hard to see what Cemex have been up to. Around Stone crusher point they appear to have done some further clean up. Because we only visit the works on the weekends we see major changes and subtle signs of clean up operations e.g. freshly churned up ground with caterpillar tracks.
I took the opportunity to take some photos of the heavy duty machinery employed by Cemex in their clean up.
As this post is photo heavy I have separated the images into two sections.
1. Manor farm taking in the Pump Station and the culvert area.
2. Fleet Hill farm
19th August 2017. Manor Farm.
More views of the ground around the Pump Station. They contrast with the gloomy photos of last week.
As usual the vehicles used in the clean up are congregated around the culvert/entrance to the site. I photographed them to show what is involved in clearing up this site.
19th August 2017 Fleet Hill farm.
Not a huge amount appears to have happened around here. Cemex may well have been working elsewhere on the site. They often do, and we tend to suddenly come across their working.
A polite notice first: All photographs on this blog are owned by me and subject to copyright.