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Final work start as access system arrives

The work to complete the new £22 million Brodick ferry terminal is finally under way after the arrival of the passenger access system (PAS).

The project, which was due to be completed at the end of August, was delayed owing to Spanish manufacturer Adelte not completing the construction of the movable access system on time. It is its largest single section PAS built to date.

However, Monday saw the first of three sections arriving at the pier where two large cranes were awaiting them, which had arrived by barge over the weekend.

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