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India - Various cranes.
While I was at site with the MSG-80 there were many other cranes aswell. Mostly older ones which were state of the art in Europe decades ago.
Some have gotten new cabins.
Others nearly disingrate.
For me as a crane freak, it's nice to see these old cranes.
A 350 GMT from Amrik Singh & Sons.
The biggest crane of Amrik Singh was also working on site but was already done when I arrived. It's a 500 GMT!
The boom of the 500 GMT is transported on this Ashok Leyland.
One of the newer cranes was this 250t Sany.
One of 4 Manitowoc 4000W's imported from the US of A.
A Demag in very recognisable colours but it turned out this one was never owned by Van Seumeren.
Another old Demag.
For smaller lifts there were a couple of these Tadano's.
An Ormig is a rare sighting, even in India.
A KMK 7250 ex (Mammoet) Walter Wright from Australia.
A big dikke Clark/Lima 7707 crawler crane.
Parked on the road was this Coles Octag 870.
These cranes, I call them tractor-cranes, you'll find on almost every corner of the street.
This Link Belt had some trouble putting his outrigger on the proper position so they made a more creative setup.
One of the best looking cranes on site was this American 9310.
Some trucks, every once in a while a truck looses its cargo...
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