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Looking through the gap between the rail and the track bed, water still flows three days after the flood. A closer look at the scar caused by flood waters on the up side of the railway track, around 341.77km. Re-filling of the track bed begins, first by laying concrete next to the track to keep the ground from futher erosion. Rocks from a nearby cutting have been gathered and placed on top of the concrete base, to help bring the track bed back up to the rail. A temporary stop block has been placed across the line at 341.7km.

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