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Keep on running Lateral thinking has played a major part in keeping the trains running during a bridge reconstruction in Kent. Lisa Russell reports.

All of Canterbury will have known there was something going on at Harbledown bridge over Christmas. Baldwin's giant 1,000t capacity Liebherr mobile crane was visible for miles around, lifting in a new deck. But what was less evident was the unusual approach used in the abutment strengthening that preceded the 78 hour possession.

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