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  • Workers survey the newly laid concrete.
  • Concrete gets poured onto the bridge.
  • The new bridge surface has been set, just needs to harden.
  • Workers level the concrete as it gets poured.
  • Four workers make sure the concrete gets set properly.
  • A machinge stretches between the sides of the bridge to pour concrete.
  • Several workers use the equipment to get the concrete on the bridge.
  • The new concrete of the bridge meets the unfinished stretch.
  • Public workers make sure the cement is installed properly.
  • Public workers spread the concrete as it gets poured onto the bridge.
  • A crane pours the concrete onto the bridge using a system of pipes.
  • The surface of the bridge waits for concrete.
  • Workers spread the concrete around the iron patchwork on top of the bridge.
  • Public workers make sure to stand out of the way of the heavy equipment.
  • Workers stand to the side, making sure no bubbles appear in the cement.
  • Public workers prepare the bridge for the cement.
  •  A machine moves around to smooth out the new concrete.
  • An Ashton worker keeps the power cord from tangling up, while others spread out the cement.
  • The machines operate into the night on the bridge.
  • Workers work into the late evening to finish the cement.
  • Machines work to finish the East half of the deck.
  • The East half of the deck is almost done.
  • Public workers oversee the finishing stages of the deck pour.
  • Everyone wearing proper safety gear for night work.
  • A light shines on the bridge so work can continue at night.
  • Machines start the East side of the bridge.
  • A worker walks along the brige to the cement machines.
  • Workers prepare to start laying cement on the bridge.
  • Machines in the distance prepare to pour concrete on the bare bridge.
  • Workers set iron bars on the bridge to help provide a sturdy surface.
  • Public workers prepare the bridge for the concrete.
  • The bridge undergoes preparations for concrete.
  • Wooden planks line up along the bridge surface.
  • A workers glove sit on the steel bars on the bridge.
  • A worker puts the steel bars in place to support the concrete.
  • Steel bars being placed on the bridge.
  • Finishing laying out the steel patchwork before pouring cement.
  • A machine gets placed on the bridge to pour and level the cement.
  • Machines and workers pour cement on the bridge.
  • A close up of the steel bars in the bridge.

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