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North Slope photos

Discussion in 'Excavators' started by DirtHauler, Nov 25, 2010.

  1. DirtHauler

    DirtHauler Senior Member

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    I am posting these for Tvan.
    Tvan writes:
    These are some pictures of work on the slope doing a pipeline across the sea
    ice in Alaska
     

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  2. DirtHauler

    DirtHauler Senior Member

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    MORE:drinkup
     

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    DirtHauler Senior Member

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    Last one.
     

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  4. 9420pullpan

    9420pullpan Senior Member

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    Now that looks like fun!
     
  5. willie59

    willie59 Super Moderator

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    That sure is some nice swamp buggy excavator pics. But I must say, way too cold for me! :)
     
  6. 580bruce

    580bruce Well-Known Member

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    How do you backfill something like that?!?
     
  7. jimrr

    jimrr Well-Known Member

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    machines must be robotically controlled via camera!!
     
  8. JDOFMEMI

    JDOFMEMI Senior Member

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    I would guess just go away and the ice will freeze back over. Done!
     
  9. nickbowers

    nickbowers Senior Member

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    im suprised machines can still work in temps like that
     
  10. stock

    stock Senior Member

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    Brilliant pictures thanks for sharing.
     
  11. DeanW

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    Cool pix, thanks for sharing! Looks to cold for me!
     
  12. masterwelder

    masterwelder Well-Known Member

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    Those pic's make the 30's (Fahrenheit) here today feel warm!
     
  13. Colorado Digger

    Colorado Digger Senior Member

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    neat fotos, thank you. it is always fun to see what other crazy operations are going on
     
  14. Stevenbrla

    Stevenbrla Well-Known Member

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    Cool pics.

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  15. buckfever

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    my fingers and toes hurt just looking at those pictures. Now is that all ice or are you digging through the ice to get to the soil on the bottom?
     
  16. DEERE310SG

    DEERE310SG Well-Known Member

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    Great pic's.:thumbsup
     
  17. Big Iron

    Big Iron Well-Known Member

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    was that the pipe line from Northstar or Oooguruk? I moved a 2250 to Oooguruk during the building of the island
     
  18. grandpa

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    Would imagine according to the wetlands act all the spoil's have to be moved to high ground and left there....nice pictures.
     
  19. skagit

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    That is really something else!
    Thanks for posting.
     
  20. joispoi

    joispoi Senior Member

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    Great pictures! I was wondering how the hell a long reach could break through the frost until I saw that it was ice.