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There's been a hive of activity on the roof of the Maritime Museum as scaffolding starts to come down and the building is revealed once again.

A crane was used to lift the 550kg piece of toughened glass
The glass was lifted up to the roof of the museum
The new pieces of glass for the atrium
11 glass panels are pieces of a jigsaw. The new atrium will flood the new area with natural light
The glass is carefully manoeuvred into place by a crane
What a relief, it's in place!
Before the lead is added to the sloping cornice
Building paper is used
The lead is fitted into place, then cleaned, oiled and sealed
The lead will protect the building
Original ridge finials are fitted after being repaired
Ridge finials return to the roof