Property Full of Abandoned Logging Equipment
A walk from the 550 Timberjack skidder that we uncovered...over to an 892
excavator...then into the rhubarb patch to looks at crew buses, crummies
and misc logging machines in a dense alder patch
1960- Madill 009 -A mystery of history
My longest video yet,decided to keep it as one part.A 1960 Madill steel
tower that is innaccesable by road.Has a cummins engine in it.The 'Still
Old Kenworth logging truck parked in the forest for years
On a property with acres of old abandoned logging machines. A 90 ft Madill
on a heavy duty truck chassis, Gulf Oil fuel truck...all grown over by the
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VERY professional kinetic rope snatch recovery
This is how we recover our stuck 4x4's here in the U.K.
These highly trained professionals are experts in the field of vehicle
recovery, their knowledge and equipment is second to none, expertese like
this doesn't just happen over night................
see video response for more professionals in action
Salvage Yard of Military Trucks
Exploring the yard of E.A. Patson Parts and Equipment located in Anchorage
Alaska which was in operation from 1954 until 2013. U-Haul is now the owner
of this location.
This video explores the vast number of vehicles collected over the 59 year
period as well as thousands of NOS (New Old Stock) parts for them which are
(were) stored in antiquated buildings. Most of these vehicles and spare
parts were purchased through GSA sales (Government Surplus Auctions) once
held on Elmendorf AFB and Fort Richardson also known as JBER (Joint Base
Forgotten West Coast Logging Equipment
Dozens of pieces of heavy-duty logging machines abandoned in the forest.
What you see here is about 1/20th of all the gear on the property. 3 tank
drills lines up here, and several others scattered about elsewhere.
Kenworth off-road trucks parked perfectly and left to rot in the BC rain
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WRR22: Power Lines Lead to Abandoned Places
Come ride with us! This week we go exploring around some abandoned
highways and railroads, along with some awesome power line trails. Make
sure you subscribe! Weekly Rides with Reuben are uploaded every Wednesday.
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Stump Removing Apr-27-09 - Now the lil guys can play...
So I guess a lot of the mudders were complaining about getting hung up on
stumps. We never had any problems! Oh well, we put the "Swamp Thing" in
action, and yes the Boom/Claw, and Stump Blade is all homemade, fabricated
by Mike. We removed the stumps but we probably just made bigger holes for
the lil guys to get stuck in! mwahahaha
New! - see Rock Removing Video http://youtu.be/551X4qEXxT0
There's A Right Way...And Then There's This Way
*WATCH IN HD* Bad decision? Yes. Lucky? HELL YES! Lucky they only lost
a fuel tank and some straps instead of the whole truck. Had the truck not
gotten hung-up on it's tank, it would've continued right on over the edge
of the trailer and been wrecked. Also lucky the tank was almost empty and
diesel fuel is hard to ignite, for if it had, it would've consumed both the
truck and half the trailer. This 1971 White/Freightliner will live to race
another day. Shot at Truckin' For Kids in Irwindale, California on Sunday
October 6th, 2013. To see what led up to this, checkout my other video --
Loading The Ole Freightliner - The Hard Way.