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Old 03 October 2012, 07:28   #1
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85 tonnes from quay to barge

If you've ever wondered how they get big plant and machinery on and of work barges; this 85 tonne monster has just been loaded. Bet the driver carries a spare pair of trousers just in case!!!
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Old 03 October 2012, 07:51   #2
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If you've ever wondered how they get big plant and machinery on and of work barges; this 85 tonne monster has just been loaded. Bet the driver carries a spare pair of trousers just in case!!!
Interesting at least there are 2 bogs to go at
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Old 03 October 2012, 14:50   #3
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Impressive,where's it going?
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Old 04 October 2012, 04:32   #4
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It's working in Portsmouth Harbour breaking up the old ammunition jetties. Apparently quite a complex job as the concrete bases are submerged and have to be broken up under water (hence the extra long arm on the "chipper").
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