It's taken almost eight months, but the final phase of repair work on West Quay in Bridgwater is now under way. The wall was damaged during flooding in the town in November last year.
It's been a huge engineering task, and a 32 tonne excavator has now been bought into position to dismantle parts of the wall.
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