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Old 06-11-2007, 10:51 PM
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...of that UP derailment we helped to clean up in DuPont, that was a long freakin night

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Dam, those are some heavy-lifters you brought in....about how much did that locomotive weigh?
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Those are about 250t, IIRC.
I like that one shot, using the excavator to stabilize the lift.
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Those are about 250t, IIRC.
I like that one shot, using the excavator to stabilize the lift.
They are about 150t w/o the trucks/fuel in em tho is what we were told, yea thats my ole man in the excavator holding the counter weight of the side boom, some serious lifting going on there. Added a couple more of the first loco coming down the hwy
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Pic 52.............A track-hoe holding down a dozer.......That a lot of weight!!

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