The sunken roller of Moncrieff

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Andrew Luton has sent in the rather forlorn sight of a roller being used for the construction of the new Gungahlin suburb of Moncrieff.

It appears it was parked last night without appreciation of the coming rain as he writes:

Photos taken from or near the fence barrier on Horse Park Drive at the top of Casey looking into the new suburb of Moncrieff where excavation for the new suburb is currently occuring.

Looks like the 22mm of rain we had overnight came as a surprise ;-).

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