A special working bee was organised to ‘attack’ the vegetation alongside the National Park line, particularly down the far end past the bicycle crossing.
A significant amount of scrub was removed by a combination of members and CSO workers, which was then fed through the new ‘PTO’ mulcher.
A BBQ lunch was organised for the workers.
Unfortunately, just before lunch, the mulcher suffered a significant mechanical failure. This slowed the clean up of further cut trees and work switched to just cutting trees too close to the trams instead of totally clearing the embankments.
Photos by Martin Pinches.
It is hoped another working day scrub cutting can be organised soon.