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Contractors in Manchester are using two specially built 15m long suspended mobile scaffolds to aid preparations to remove a 135m conveyor bridge across the West Coast Main Line. Dean & Dyball Rail has been using the innovative scaffolds on a £2M contract to strip out the redundant conveyor bridge for the Royal Mail at the entrance to Piccadilly station. The mobile scaffolds can be winched into position from each end of the bridge. They. enable workers to operate inside the scaffolding ...

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