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During this task, an eagle-eyed member of the team spotted what seemed to be a flaw in a rail; on closer examination this was a crack in the foot and web, probably emanating from a historic flaw.

So, the rail had to be changed.

Just to add to the jollity, it was a curved rail of non-standard length, meaning the rail had to be curved, cut and drilled on site.

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