A fine outlook

PHOTO: STEPHEN JAQUIERY
PHOTO: STEPHEN JAQUIERY
Taking in the view from atop the cenotaph in Queens Gardens, Dunedin, are Bramwell scaffolders (from left) Alec Tu’unaga, Dallas Gilliand and Siale Taiala.

Mr Gilliand said parts of the structure had to be resealed and there was little left to do.

He was humbled to be one of the first people to climb the cenotaph since 1920.

The scaffold was 25.5m high and the view was breathtaking, he said.

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