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The barricade is at the top of the steps

The stainless steel and glass barricades that restrict entry to the Anzac Memorial ‘tea stain’ ( corrode) over time.. The long shot shows the proximity to the water and fountains which the barricades face. Water  carry  through the air will accelerate corrosion combined with air borne contaminates. Rapelle recently gave these barricades a spit and polish after not being on site for 5 years prior. When you visit to pay respect to our Anzacs at the Shrine of Rememberance, if you are there before of 9 am or after 5pm you can see an example of our stainless rejuvenation work.


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