Regular readers of my blog will know that I am keeping an eye on the repairs to the River Caldew riverbank beside Carlisle Castle.
The latest photograph of the work site shows that work is proceeding slowly but methodically to reconstruct the retaining wall.
Almost Two years to repair
Workmen are using red interlocking slabs to restore the river wall which are mechanically brought onto site.
The operation of The West Coast Main Line (WCML) seems unaffected by the works which have been ongoing since September 2013.
Damage was caused to the retaining wall and rail infrastructure following unseasonal flooding in June 2012.
It is not known when the work is due to be completed.