Tuesday, November 5, 2019

big machinery

expanding the footpath by the Atlantic Treasures fish stop.


28 comments:

  1. For some reason big machinery fascinates me.

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  2. How much work would it be if we didn't have machines!

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  3. I've seen a few of those around here lately as the water company has been busy mending some leaking pipes. I'm always amazed at the skill of the digger-drivers; if I'd been at the controls Atlantic Treasures would be in danger of becoming Atlantic Ruins!

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  4. Hope the situation will be better after ending the work.

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  5. The machines seems to become bigger and bigger.

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  6. Just thinking how they the men would do the footpath without the machinery - nice capture.

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  7. ...my DIL is Korean and she told me that Doosan is primarily a beer company!

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  8. Looks like a good idea. Love your workday shots Bill.

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  9. The machine is a marvel...and seeing it on regular wheels says that it can actually travel down on a road. Here most of the diggers are on caterpiller-like treads, and are carted to a job site on the back of a trailer of some kind, rather than actually being driven down a road.

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  10. It certainly looks like they could use a wider sidewalk there, Bill!

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  11. The fish shop must be expecting crowds to gather.

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  12. My grandson would looooove this Bill 😊

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  13. An efficient way to get the job done.

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  14. I think my husband Ken would love to have one of them. : )

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  15. Looks much more useful on wheels.

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  16. Always good to have a longer or wider foot path.

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  17. I think that is good news for the fish stop. There will be more room for visitors.

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  18. I love looking at big machinery. My dad was a construction worker in Ohio and they had some of the biggest machines in the world at that time. I remember him taking us to see them and my head didn't even come up to the bottom of the wheel caps on them.

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  19. Looks a very useful machine.

    All the best Jan

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  20. They have been doing that here, it's always needed.

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  21. Heavy duty and definitely hard to miss with that color!

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  22. Another day, another project.

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