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BLAST INTO MINING!!!!
Sequel to http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O7KQ4BoRqoo Dawson Mine is a Coking Coal mine located near the Town of Moura in Central Queensland, Australia. Overburden is moved using 3 X Draglines (BE 1370, Marion 8200, 8250), 2 X P&H 4100 XPB Shovels, 4 X O&K RH 340 Excavators, 2 X Hitachi Ex5500, 2 X Hitachi Ex2500 and 1 X O&K RH120. Trucks are mostly Cat 797Bs and Komatsu 830e. Coal is removed using the Ex2500's and RH120. Trucks are Cat 785s.





Yandi JSE
Iron Ore mine in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. Filmed over a period of six months in 2007.





Pilbara Mining
Some footage from an open cut iron ore mine in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. Featuring a Caterpillar D10T, Caterpillar D11R, Cat 16H Grader, Komatsu WA1200 Loader & Komatsu WA900 Loader. Features dozers clearing bushland for new waste dump limits & some lightning. All footage was filmed on an iPhone4.





Obstacle Course, Hill Climb, and Coal Chute! - Top Truck Challenge 2013
Purchase the Top Truck Challenge DVD here! http://www.4wheelparts.com/search.aspx?kw=top+truck+challenge+dvd The Obstacle Course begins with a shockingly tall and long slippery hill descent known as the "first hill" and it ends with a nasty dogleg gully that's tantalizingly close to the finish line. In between is a treasure trove of terror. The "lower section" forces competitors to navigate a 360-degree turn through three deep water holes and sand. From there, competitors travel up a hill to the "upper section" that includes a deceiving off-camber U-turn (known as "U-turn Hill"), two deep water holes, and numerous tight turns. This event has a 10-minute time limit, but speed is the enemy. This is because the course is marked with numerous cones and each one hit adds 20 seconds to the overall time. If all four tires of a rig travel outside a cone the rig is disqualified at that point. Safety violations net a whopping two-minute penalty. Clearly, accuracy is the key to success in the Obstacle Course. Think back to those hillclimbs you've done in your 4x4. Yeah, the TTC Hill Climb isn't like that. The Hill Climb is built specifically for TTC, it's approximately 600 feet in length and it has an average angle of approximately 60 degrees. It twists and turns as it winds through the poison oak and it's peppered with strategically-placed deep holes and dirt hills. Yes, we added hills to our Hill Climb. The Hill Climb is loose, steep, and unpredictable. Naturally, we don't let drivers see it before they run it because that would ruin the surprise. The Hill Climb rewards those who can think on-the-fly and punishes those who are thinking about the next event. We allowed each competitor 5 minutes to tackle the hill and during that time they could stop, reverse, or winch. If a competitor exceeded the time limit, traveled out of bounds, or violated a safety rule they were disqualified at that point. The Mini Rubicon, a staple of Top Truck for years, was a brutal event that forced competitors to fight for every inch of forward progress. It was tough and unforgiving. We wanted something tougher. So, for 2013 we replaced the Mini Rubicon with the awe-inspiring Coal Chute. This event uses a newly developed area (Rock Rash Ridge) at the Hollister Hills SVRA that contains an amazing collection of man-made obstacles. Naturally, we tweaked it to make it exclusive to Top Truck. Our mind-bending course was approximately 525 feet in length, and included steep walls in excess of 7 feet tall and jumbles of rocks and cement tubes. We even brought in a water truck and created a waterfall on the final cement climb. The course was broken into four distinct sections. We threw competitors a curve ball and allowed them to skip one of the two first sections. However, we penalized each competitor 10 minutes if they bypassed the first section and 6 minutes if they bypassed the second section. Strategy was a major player at this event. There was a 20-minute time limit and safety violations netted a two-minute penalty. If two of the vehicles tires traveled outside of the cones the competitor was disqualified at that point. Catch the entire week of Top Truck Challenge 2013 on the Motor Trend Channel October 7th through October 11th with a new video premiering each day! Subscribe now to make sure you're in on all the action! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=motortrend Facebook - http://facebook.com/motortrendmag & https://www.facebook.com/fourwheelermag Twitter - http://twitter.com/motortrend & https://twitter.com/fwmag Google+ - https://plus.google.com/1018679678590... Website - http://www.motortrend.com & http://www.fourwheeler.com/four-wheeler-magazine/





BIG trains : BIG Power : Iron ore trains in Western Australia
A power parade of locomotives on the longest and heaviest trains in Australia. The locomotives featured here are SD70's as imported from the US and Canada, GE Dash 8's as built or modified by their Australian operators, GEVO's with the bigger radiators fitted for the harsh Pilbara climate, SD90's, Dash 9's and Australian built GE C44aci and EMD GT46C's built locally to suit the lighter axle load limits on the old state owned systems in Western Australia. BHP and ARG ( a Queensland Rail subsidiary ) use distributed power whilst FMG and Rio Tinto run all the power up front........other than a few places where they use pushers. Places which unfortunately are in restricted areas. Train lengths vary from 159 cars on the ARG trains to 250 cars on the FMG trains.





World's Longest, Heaviest Trains!
The heaviest and longest trains in the world are in Australia's North-West Pilbara region. I shot these clips on Rio Tinto's rail line near Tom Price, Marandoo and Yandi iron ore mines while I was waiting to unload my truck. Locomotives are fully imported GEs made in the U.S., you won't see these locomotives anywhere else in Australia, or in many places outside of North America or Canada..





Heavy Haulers in the oil sands - Biggest Trucks In The World!
Great shots of giant trucks used to haul oil sands. Some of the biggest trucks in the world like the enormous Euclid trucks that can haul over 300 tonnes. Mostly working in the oil sands in Fort McMurray Alberta Canada. Filmed by Marc Pearce of Hok Nik Creative.





Port Hedland to Yandi
Mcaleese Transport moving a 160t equipment platform, 80t main frame and 45t sub structure off stacker from Port Hedland to Yandi mine site





heavy haul project protector1 Whangarei New Zealand
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