Workmen repairing the rendering to the entablature below the dome of the Royal Exhibition Building during the restoration of the building in 1994. In 1994 Kane Constructions completed the Exhibition Building, Dome Restoration project. The project involved the replacement of external cladding to the dome and restoration of the render, paint work and Victorian cast iron elements. Access to the Dome was provided by the largest scaffold ever erected by Kane, 180 tonnes.

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Workmen repairing rendering to the entablature below the dome, using power tools, and working amongst the scaffolding.

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Colour photograph.

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