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Barra on Queen | 7 fl | U/C
Giving the crane arm a Christmas break?
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It's totally down now. They are either going to use a mobile crane for the rest or there was something wrong with it.
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A mobile crane seems unlikely to work given the building design. But I could be wrong ...
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I'm genuinely curious about what's going on now... should have just walked over and ask the crane operator why they were taking it down.
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(12-23-2018, 12:49 AM)clasher Wrote: I'm genuinely curious about what's going on now... should have just walked over and ask the crane operator why they were taking it down.

Taking it down and a new one put up with lighting as this is the flight path for Ornge?
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(12-22-2018, 03:16 PM)BrianT Wrote: It's totally down now. They are either going to use a mobile crane for the rest or there was something wrong with it.

The mast is still there, just the jib (arm, cab, etc) is down. I am guessing maintenance needed to be done on that section.
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(12-25-2018, 06:24 PM)jeffster Wrote:
(12-22-2018, 03:16 PM)BrianT Wrote: It's totally down now. They are either going to use a mobile crane for the rest or there was something wrong with it.

The mast is still there, just the jib (arm, cab, etc) is down. I am guessing maintenance needed to be done on that section.

It looked crooked. Maybe they have to move it to a new base?
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I drove past this site around noon and the crane was up again.
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