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Unit 1 Turbine House Crane Bay
This is a crane bay for a turbine housing building, for Unit 1 at DC Cook in Michigan.

Ok, in this case, the turbines are several stories off the ground. There are supply elevators, but sometimes you want to get REALLY heavy loads to the turbine deck, so you back your semi or crawler into this bay, and that crane (it's the red I-beams at the top of the picture) grabs the load and puts it to the deck. I believe the crane itself can handle over 120 tons.

Unit 1 Turbine House Crane Bay

This is a crane bay for a turbine housing building, for Unit 1 at DC Cook in Michigan.

Ok, in this case, the turbines are several stories off the ground. There are supply elevators, but sometimes you want to get REALLY heavy loads to the turbine deck, so you back your semi or crawler into this bay, and that crane (it's the red I-beams at the top of the picture) grabs the load and puts it to the deck. I believe the crane itself can handle over 120 tons.

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Filename:Turbine_House_Crane_Bay_by_ringshadow.jpg
Album name:Rennhack / Donald C. Cook (DC Cook)
Credits:http://ringshadow.deviantart.com/art/Turbine-House-Crane-Bay-91591786
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Date added:Sep 21, 2008
Dimensions:800 x 1067 pixels
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