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NIE workers have been out with their paintbrushes making sure the pylons at Eden, near Kilroot Power Station and near Ballycarry, get a Giro makeover rather than the usual grey.
Assets engineer Alister Fenton said: "Painting the pylons yellow or pink on the first coat simply ensures that we don't miss a bit on the second coat. We have a lot of keen cyclists in NIE and with the Giro d'Italia arriving, we've been showing our support by going pink."
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|Publication:||The Mirror (London, England)|
|Date:||May 9, 2014|
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