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What a 4.2 metre LEGO crane looks like

April 25th, 2011 by RoscoHead

The EndWell, after a crane mishap while packing up after Brickvention 2011, I decided not to re-build the CC-2800. There was way too much damage, and it had been together for too long anyway. I never got to raise the full 5 metre boom, but I did manage to get a pic at BV with approx. 4.2 metre boom.

Here is a photo of the crane as it currently is, after phase I sorting. I omitted the tracks & slew ring from this pic, as I have kept them together for a possible future project. I didn’t get any pics of the collapse, but it probably looked a bit like this:

Fast Tube by Casper

Tower Crane

October 30th, 2010 by RoscoHead

Tower CraneAnother new crane. Built in a couple of hours using only parts from set 8288, read more about it here.

Some quick n dirty pics

August 26th, 2006 by RoscoHead

I’ve had this wharf crane built for a while, so I finally decided to take a few quick pics. Hope you like it.
Wharf crane

New boom option for BRE-550M!

November 15th, 2005 by RoscoHead

Working to increase the options available to our customers, BRE is happy to announce the availability of a new boom option for our popular BRE-550M mobile crane. Already used extensively with the many lattice boom options, we are now pleased to make available our 3-section telescopic boom with optional SSL. Now you can have the high lift capacity of the 550M with the easy erectability of a telescopic boom!
Read all about it here.
Telescopic boom with SSL

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