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old Italian construction site with old vehicles

Discussion in 'Old Iron!' started by trombeur, Apr 17, 2016.

  1. trombeur

    trombeur Senior Member

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    I include photos old plant for packaging with old concrete mixer trucks astra worghton, loaders fiat excavators Laltesi positioned near the creek bed DSCN2879.jpg DSCN2880.jpg DSCN2881.jpg DSCN2882.jpg DSCN2883.jpg
     
  2. trombeur

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    It is an old plant located in Italy at the district bordigiano Salesi stylus Reggio Calabria Italy, in the square you can see vetch mixers coime worghton, track loader fiat Alliss fl 20, fiat fl10 Crawler loader, crawler excavator Laltesi three axle trucks fiat, om, Iveco wheel loader fl10 and wheel loader international dresser pay load, concrete pump
    note also near the embankment of the river an old wheel two-axle mobile crane with lattice boom ITALGRU for lifting stones and boulders and a mythical ape car motorcycle bee piaggio, now these machines are part of archeology Idustriale but in their time they are made honor helping alllo Italian economic development, i hope lovers like me have been able to like this My Pretty intervention for attention to the next:D
     

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  3. old-iron-habit

    old-iron-habit Senior Member

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    Nice photos, I like the old stuff myself. Thanks for posting.
     
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    Very interesting. thank you for sharing.

    Maybe you could start your own youtube... skadill Italia
     
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  5. trombeur

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    in these rural areas still use old machinery used for agricultural applications and forestry, buy old machinery repair them and use them to pave hoeing tow when you can repair most rottamano them or leave them as is the case in a corner of the square
     
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    old-iron-habit Senior Member

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    I really like the old 4 wheel crane. That would be a handy rig to hang a chainfall on for working on the larger machines around the place.
     
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    trombeur,

    I'd love to get a hold of that Ape! Would look good sitting next to my wife's Vespa!

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  8. trombeur

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    the crane trestle think is a ITALGRU, if I can the next business trip posterolateral always there other industrial archeology machines, like, I could not find a chain excavator of ancient dried ones who extract sand from the streams, it you would have some examples thanks to the next

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    neat stuff thanks for posting the pics. i love old iron
     
  10. trombeur

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    the next trip, I will try to find other industrial historical artifacts. would you have photos of bucket chain excavator dragline?
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  11. trombeur

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    for work reasons I came back in the old system, I decided to make other photos, if you like DSCN2954.jpg

    track loader fiat allis fl 20 an iron monster, sin out of use, the biggest built by fiat
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    tracked hd 500 Laltesi excavator, crawler loader Fiat fl 8 real archaeological finds

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    , Wheel loader hanomag 44c cannibalized the motor, the old machines are used as stock recovery still usable machine parts


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    I attach other plant photos, sorry if I send two consecutive messages, but the photos are so many
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    Central Concrete plant with plant selection inert trucks iveco loader Wheel loader fiat allis fl 10 b
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    large wheel loader articulated dresser international
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    track loader fiat allis fl4 to lido beach maintenance
     
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    track loader fiat allis fl4 to lido beach maintenance
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    Enjoying your photos. Thanks.
     
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    old excavator crane rope with mechanical transmission DSCN2983.jpg
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    sorry if I insert a row message, should I attach more photos, this is an old ruston bucyrus, tracked with a mechanical chain drive, it was used as a drag line and how excavator Hydraulic Bucket mordant rope to move rocks and build artificial reefs and breakwaters artificial jetties
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    951 B crawler loader Caterpillar
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    these old machines are used at the beginning of summer to clean the beaches to set up beach resorts for the summer season, from a friend of mine mecccanico I saw a similar machine fully restored and functional, if you like the next time lighthouse pictures and I will attach to this topic, thanks for your attention
     
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    old crane telescopic reach arm wheels 75 tons, Trojsi brand, construction year 80, you know this Italian brand you know what happened you would have historical information bibbliografiche? grazi and achi will provide information on these lifting machines