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No: 5696   Contributor: Alan Harris   Year: 2013   Manufacturer: Liebherr   Country: United Kingdom

Close up of 8 axle crane set up at Neptune Energy Park on the heavy load out pad. Photo taken 6.10.2013.

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Picture added on 07 October 2013 at 07:54
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A great image of an unusual crane. The steady legs are something else, I presume that being so high it is only used within the port area.
Would be good to see it in action.
Best wishes,

Added by Stephen Prosser on 10 October 2013.
Hi Steve I think its a mobile crane it must be like a giant kit, had a look on Port Services web site its the only Liebherr they have other big ones are Demag said its bought mainly for the on shore wind farm job.On the Liebherr site there is one with the telescopic jib on the road, they can be used with either telescopic or lattice jib.Where it is is away from the main port area and its all road registered LN11ADV. Best Regards Alan

Added by Alan Harris on 11 October 2013.
Thank you for your reply, lattice jibs are common for the very heavy lifts and some hire companies have both lattice and telescopic booms.
The crane will be mobile but would need to be more stripped down than most standard mobiles.
What is unusual is position of the very deep outriggers and the method of mounting them also the handrails at the rear and the short ladder to reach the cab.

Added by Stephen Prosser on 12 October 2013.
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