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Original message (posted by Tommy Two Stroke)
That is true, you wouldn't know that faulty materials had been used.

But going back a few years ago when Rosgal were altering most of the main traffic light junctions in Wigan, I was stuck in a traffic jam coming down Scholes, this was being caused by something at the bottom of Scholes, but I was at a standstill in Scholes, with a perfect view of a Highways man from the council, checking the work recently completed by Rosgal at the junction of Scholes/Greenough St/Scholfield Lane, he was definitely from the council and he had a clip board, which he was scribbling away on and there were loose flags and railings and he was shaking his head and then he got hold off one of the railings to check if it was secured properly and he almost pulled the railings over and he had to push them back up and he didn't look happy at all and Rosgal turned up there later on in the day to work on the junction ...
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