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Another big move

Discussion in 'Equipment Moving Questions' started by Welder Dave, Jan 26, 2020.

  1. Welder Dave

    Welder Dave Senior Member

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    aighead and RZucker like this.
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    92U 3406 Senior Member

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    Kind of sad that this is big news now. 7 years ago that was just your average weekly load to the oilsands. I remember when they used to stage 7 or 8 super loads south of the scales and then run them thru town in the middle of the night.
     
  3. Welder Dave

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    Lots of big loads but not too many that are the length of a football field. The vessel they moved in January was the heaviest load ever hauled in Alberta (820 tonne) but wasn't for the oilsands.