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Completion at Halley

Faber Maunsell's Danny Wood has completed the season's work at the South Pole, building the British Antarctic Survey's Halley VI station.

Work will continue next year, once the days revert to daylight.

Now back home, Wood supervised the construction of the distinctive modules, which are now taking shape.

As with Danny's other posts, there are some great pictures of life on the South Pole.

Read the third and final part of Danny's journal here.

Read part two here.

Read the first part here.

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