Friday, July 10, 2009

Crane Carrier

Stoman Asia, heavy load, crane carrier, LivornoIf you need a couple of cranes you may browse some catalogs, read Crane Today (it does really exists!) and then order what you like more.Stoman Asia, heavy load, crane carrier, Livorno What about delivery? Here is your crane carrier!

13 comments:

James said...

That's a really powerful machine.
The top picture really shows the size, well I guess both picures do.

Tinsie said...

Nice shots. I like taking pictures of cranes, esp. red ones against blue skies :-)

brattcat said...

These are wonderful shots, VP. They look as if they're doing a sort of crane dance. It's amazing how many of us are fascinated by cranes.

B SQUARED said...

I should think you would need a calm day to move them any distance.

joo said...

It's almost skywatch photo:) They are look great against the sky!

Saretta said...

Ok! Next time I need to move my crane by sea...I know who to call! ;-)

Jacob said...

That is amazing and colorful!

I've never heard of one of these, but I've always been in awe of how really big machines function so well.

You do get a lot of interesting water traffic in Livorno!

henny said...

If only you didn't include a heavy note about everything cranes, I would enjoy this 'red heavy lift ship' much way more :). Happy weekend.

cieldequimper said...

They are so nice in red! We call them "crapauds" in harbours, I wonder why!

m_m said...

In the first photo they look like some kind of birds:)

Baruch said...

Very nice photos - the red really stands out against the sky

henny said...

I was just joking :)). I read some journals about cranes when at uni. Your post reminded me of C mark I got on the last exam :).

tapirgal said...

We have crane carriers in Astoria, too, but not so big and not so red! I love these photos - the colors and shapes are really attractive.