Broughty Ferry Flood Protection
Broughty Ferry Flood Protection Construction photos on Douglas Terrace.
Piling work underway and reversing truck delivering metal tubes The truck is driving on a temporary structure made of gravel to allow access. The original wall is visible beside the truck. August 2020.
Broughty Ferry Flood Protection Construction Photos 2021
Stone clad concrete flood protection with unpaved new walkway and wall without railings. January 2021
Interlocking concrete blocks with rebar, the gravel was later removed. January 2021
Elevated view of interlocking concrete blocks with rebar. The original footpath is visible. January 2021
Start of Douglas Terrace flood defences with wall and Celtic knot stonework visible, but no railings have been fitted. February 2021
This photo shows the framework for concrete for the sea-facing wall and the flood protection wall beside the footpath. February 2021
Looking back at the start of Douglas Terrace flood defences with Celtic knot stonework and footpath complete but adjacent road not resurfaced. April 2021
The new sea-facing wall with gravel removed. Work continues at the far end of this stretch of the Broughty Ferry flood protection works. April 2021
Start of Douglas Terrace flood protection works with Celtic knot stonework, footpath and road complete. October 2021
This section of the flood protection works in Broughty Ferry is almost complete. Just one thing is missing. October 2021
Broughty Ferry Flood Protection Construction Photos 2022
A local primary school child designed this decorative gate. It was fabricated by a local company Metaltech. This gate is closed during storms when the path ahead may be flooded by overtopping waves. January 2022
Here is a closer look at the decorative gate at the start of the Broughty Ferry Flood Protection works January 2022
The last of my Broughty Ferry Flood Protection Construction photos with Broughty Castle. January 2022
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