Hog chews up road in Great Coxwell
The multi-hog - the yellow tractor type machine in the images - has been up to its old tricks again in Great Coxwell near Faringdon.
This time, as you can see from the pictures, it's made short work of some areas of worn out tarmac to clear the way for the resurfacing team to lay some fresh new bitumen.
As usual the finished article is rolled and sealed at the edges making for a smoother ride for all.
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