Bucketty

Bucketty


Rye-grass seed was scattered, to encourage immediate revegetation of the rehabilitated area, as it would allow other seeds to settle and germinate, but would not seed itself and spread into the natural bush. Telegraph poles top left of picture were placed across the top of this section of the bridge road to stop vehicular access. Sometimes vehicles became stuck in the eroded creek-bed. The local community rallied and in a large working bee completed the landscaping. The prisoners carefully deconstructed the culvert and hand excavated the area that had to be excavated and then worked with the stonemason Ken Fletcher of Wollombi Stonemasonary Sevices to reconstruct the culvert. In the s the NPWS removed some of the bridge stones from the creek gully and took them to the Bucketty Depot for safe keeping. As well as re-using as many of the retrieved stones and those from the Bucketty depot he obtained additional stones from the quarry where the original stone from the bridge had been quarried.

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Rye-grass seed was scattered, to encourage immediate revegetation of the rehabilitated area, as it would allow other seeds to settle and germinate, but would not seed itself and spread into the natural bush. Telegraph poles top left of picture were placed across the top of this section of the bridge road to stop vehicular access. Sometimes vehicles became stuck in the eroded creek-bed. The local community rallied and in a large working bee completed the landscaping. The prisoners carefully deconstructed the culvert and hand excavated the area that had to be excavated and then worked with the stonemason Ken Fletcher of Wollombi Stonemasonary Sevices to reconstruct the culvert. In the s the NPWS removed some of the bridge stones from the creek gully and took them to the Bucketty Depot for safe keeping. As well as re-using as many of the retrieved stones and those from the Bucketty depot he obtained additional stones from the quarry where the original stone from the bridge had been quarried. Bucketty

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2 thoughts on “Bucketty”

  1. One of the outcomes of the project was one of the prisoners a young local man who was due for release just after the project finished worked casually for the stonemason as a labourer while waiting to get a job in his own trade. Since the decking was no longer intact, vehicles developed a track immediately downstream of the bridge - the gully was not deep - but after rain, it became gradually more and more eroded. There is more about the mobile crew and its operations in the next section.

  2. However, once the Project had developed a much broader base, and on-going work was clearly needed, discussion with the Minister for Corrective Services, Bob Debus, led to the involvement of a newly formed mobile prison crew, from the low security St Helliers Correctional Centre near Muswellbrook. The prisoners carefully deconstructed the culvert and hand excavated the area that had to be excavated and then worked with the stonemason Ken Fletcher of Wollombi Stonemasonary Sevices to reconstruct the culvert.

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