Tuesday, November 06 2012, 11:25AM
“Agree with you capndave, the boats should have been moved from the area, so will RLM take responsibility if the river continues to rise and the boats become a serious hazard, from previous experience I somehow doubt it.”
Tuesday, November 06 2012, 8:49AM
“Once again no flood water. fence off in Parade gardens.”
Monday, November 05 2012, 11:15PM
“Looks like the river has got some water in it.Not even particularly high.Never mind, it bears some resemblance to a news story.”
Monday, November 05 2012, 10:22PM
“Have to agree with Ilovespaniels. Great pics.Shame we haven't got a floating cafe to swim to, or some electric cables being stretched to breaking, ready to pump 240 volts into the river. Would have been perfectly safe to have a market with thousands of people, prams, bikes a toddlers don't you think? Mustn't forget those little electric boats.Oh Yea I forgot this clause from a certain contract :-1. Ensure the moorings are vacated prior to (and in anticipation of) periods of flood:• when the moorings might become dangerous • undue pressure placed upon the Council's infra- structure or equipment• boats could become hazards to the bridges or other infra-structure.”
Monday, November 05 2012, 9:39PM
“Excellent photos Joss, thanks for posting.”
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