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samk706
Posted: Sunday, February 12, 2012 10:34:20 AM

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Bronzeshield LTM1500
Ainscough AC350 + derig
Ainscough LTM1500
Ainscough CC2800 + derig
Ainscough LTM1800 rig + lift
AR demolition
Ainscough LTM1800 lift retry
Ainscough LTM1500 rig + tank lift
ABA grove 5130 lift
Bronzesheild LTM1350
John Sutch LTM1250 de-rig
HTC AC 250
King Lifting AC350
Baldwins LTM1500
Ainscough LTM1250 rig and lifting
Ainscough CC2800
Senn Ag LTM11200
Ainscough LTM1500
Ainscough LTM1250 TC building
Ainscough LTM1750
McGovern AC200
Baldwins LTM1500 rigging + steam engine lift
Ainscough LTM1250
Mammoet LTM1500
Port Services TC2800
Mammoet LTM11200
James Jack LTM1750
Ainscough LTM1500
Sarens TC2800
DSM Demolition Zaxis225
Sarens AC700
DSM Demolition
Ainscough LTM1500
DSM Demolition
ALE SPMT's
Ainscough LTM11000DS
DSM Demolition
Baldwins LTM1350
S Evans & Son Bridge Demolition
Ainscough LTM1750
Baldwins LTM1500
Baldwins LTM1200
Ainscough LTM1500
Les Searle Heavy Haulage + DSM Demolition
Bridge Replacement Demolition + Ainscough LTM1500
Mammoet LTM11200
Ainscough LTM11000ds
DSM Demolition EX1200
DSM & Ainscough AC350 Bridge Demolition
DSM Demolition - Cornwall Tower, Birmingham Blow Down
Baldwins LTM1800 De-rig
Ainscough TC2800
Baldwins LTM1350
Select Plant LTM1200
DSM Demolition Hitachi 670 High Reach
Ainscough LTM1750 & W Whyte LTM1500
Ainscough LTM1500
Les Searle Heavy Transport
Ainscough & James Jack LTM1500
Sarens Hitachi Sumitomo 6000SLX
NMT AC250 & S Evans & Sons Demolition
Baldwins Liebherr LTM1500
HTC Terex AC250
ALE SPMT Bridge Install
Ainscough LTM1750
Baldwins LTM1500
Ainscough LTM1500
Ainscough AC350
NMT AC350
NMT AC700
Sarens Explorer 5800 & ALE SPMT's - Bridge Replacement
Emsley Liebherr LTM1200
Baldwins LTM1350
Ainscough LTM1500
King Lifting LTM1300
Baldwins LTM1500
Baldwins LTM1500 Rigging
King Lifting LTM1500
Baldwins LG1750
Ainscough LTM1500
Baldwins LTM1500
Sarens AK680
W.M. O'Brien LG1550
Ainscough LG1550 & LTM1750
S Evans Bridge Demolition
Baldwins AC1000

This morning, dismantling a tower crane in birmingham city centre Smile



























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Jack.
Posted: Sunday, February 12, 2012 12:27:34 PM

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15 points if you can spot me Wink

Great pictures Sam!

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samk706
Posted: Sunday, February 12, 2012 12:40:37 PM

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cheers Jack Smile

your in quite a few of my pics lol...

Sam

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Jack.
Posted: Sunday, February 12, 2012 12:47:43 PM

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I had no idea you were there until I was leaving!

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samk706
Posted: Sunday, February 12, 2012 12:51:00 PM

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i crossed over just as you were walking round the front so you wouldn't have noticed untill you turned around Wink nice to chat again though Smile

all being well i'm going over this afternoon to see if i can get some shots of Ainscoughs 350 Smile

Sam

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Paul R
Posted: Sunday, February 12, 2012 5:34:17 PM

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Great pictures Sam! Must have been quite a day watching all that.

Paul R
samk706
Posted: Sunday, February 12, 2012 5:37:44 PM

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thanks Paul, i'm just uploading the pictures of the AC350 as we speak Smile not been a bad day at all lol Teeth



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samk706
Posted: Sunday, February 12, 2012 5:40:29 PM

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Ainscough AC350 lifting portacabins this afternoon....



















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Gaz
Posted: Sunday, February 12, 2012 5:50:47 PM

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My mate Jimmy driving Bronzesheilds 5....great pictures, i'll be sure to let him know he's been spotted Wink

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samk706
Posted: Sunday, February 12, 2012 5:58:49 PM

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cheers Gaz... can't hide from anyone in a machine this size Wink

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samk706
Posted: Monday, February 13, 2012 12:37:29 PM

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some pics of the AC350 today, they were just stopping lifting due to the wind...











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samk706
Posted: Thursday, February 16, 2012 4:56:24 PM

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AC350 De-rigging today...















































Enjoy Smile

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transtechnic
Posted: Thursday, February 16, 2012 5:35:36 PM

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Very enjoyable series of photos..a little bit of everythingSmile ..thanks.

Aubrey.


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samk706
Posted: Thursday, February 16, 2012 5:46:05 PM

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Cheers Aubrey Smile

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Paul R
Posted: Thursday, February 16, 2012 7:05:01 PM

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Excellent set of photos! Enjoyed the de-rigging pictures the most Smile

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Jack.
Posted: Thursday, February 16, 2012 7:10:29 PM

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Tidy Shots Sam. Rigging / DeRigging is definatly more interesting/enjoyable than the lift! ( for me ) Cool

Duncan definatly has the best Wagon on the Ainscough fleet.

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samk706
Posted: Thursday, February 16, 2012 7:16:18 PM

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thanks Paul and Jack Smile i have to agree the rigging/de-rigging is definately the best bit...

And yes Jack The Dunc's is the best, i prefer the chrome wheels with the yellow centre's Teeth

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Jack.
Posted: Thursday, February 16, 2012 7:28:33 PM

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samk706
Posted: Thursday, February 16, 2012 7:34:23 PM

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i'm not 100% on the cranes but i definately think it should be on the wagons... it looks much better than the solid yellow...

Sam

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