The video demonstrates the difficulties faced by work crews and engineers including sharp bends, large sections of steelwork, aerial lifts and dark conditions.
As previously reported by Island Echo, the 9-tonne Skew Bridge was removed by rail crane in May as part of the refurbishment process before being refitted several weeks later.
Captured on film both from the air and on the ground, the process to install the new bridge shows crews negotiating tight bends with the large steel structure before working throughout the night to crane it into place and secure it.
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