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Big, really big, and heavy.

Discussion in 'Showtime!' started by Bumpsteer, Aug 30, 2010.

  1. Bumpsteer

    Bumpsteer Senior Member

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    Jeffksf Well-Known Member

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    That rail car is something else!
    Is this a part for a nuclear energy plant?
     
  3. Bumpsteer

    Bumpsteer Senior Member

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    No idea what it's for.
    I do wish I would have had a "heads up" on when it was coming through, could have got much better pics or video.

    Ed
     
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    Verrrrrrrry Cooooool!
     
  5. rigandig

    rigandig Well-Known Member

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    I believe that is on it's way to Kansas. Had some info on another BB about it last week. Going to a refinery there in Kansas.
     
  6. qball

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    man, i thought you were gonna post pics of my last date.
     
  7. Jesus Rios

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    Hi, I work in a power plant in Mèxico, thermopower plant and there are very big boilers, I think is a steam drum for big bolier, it`s an of bigger part for bolier so the operation pressure may be 2,100 or more inside this and the wall thickness may be 6" or more

    thanks