Saturday, 21 February 2009

ALE on A556

Whilst Allelys headed for EP with a transformer, ALE were going the other way, helped by Lewis Transport Services.

Allelys Girder Set plus various things on the M6

Allelys Stafford to Ellesmere Port plus a few bits seen whilst waiting near J17 and 18 of the M6.

Tuesday, 17 February 2009

HC Wilson

Two of HC Wilson's heavy tractors - Scania R Series and Mercedes Actros Titan

Sunday, 15 February 2009

More Scottish Trucks

Courtesy of Paul Argent, taken in Scotland this weekend. All photos copyright to P Argent

Sunday photos

Cumbrian Volvo with 5m wide piece on Birch, LTS's Foden 6x4 from Oldham and WoS with a crawler crane in Oldham.

Saturday, 14 February 2009

Mammoet UK

Andrew at Mammoet in the UK. Courtesy of and copyright to A Mytton

Sunday, 8 February 2009

Randolph Transport Volvo

8x4 Volvo from Scottish Heavy Hauler Randolph.

GCS Johnson move container crane - Sunday

Sunday saw the large girder set. Liebherr crawler is there to assemble the container crane along with a Sarens roadgoing crane. The 'Theatre of Dreams' (or in English - a 'football pitch belonging to Man United') is seen in the background.

GCS Johnson move container crane - Saturday

GCSJ moving a Liebherr container crane to Trafford Park, Manchester over several days.

Saturday, 7 February 2009


Seen at Birch on the M62

Thursday, 5 February 2009

Boat Transport in Holland

Thanks to Leonard - photos taken prior to a boat show in The Netherlands. All photos courtesy of and copyright to Leonard Looijenga

Monday, 2 February 2009

Archive photo

Found under a pile of snow this month...Maher from 2005 at Liverpool Pier Head where the arena now is. (It didn't get posted sooner as I was busy with heavy lift ships yesterday...)

Sunday, 1 February 2009

GCSJ and Big Lift Ship Happy Rover

GCS Johnson at Ellesmere Port having moved a giant 500+ Tonne Air Products module. Big Lift ship Happy Rover (previously Mammoet Shipping) obscured by an annoyingly placed pile of gravel. ALE Goldhofers and a transformer in front of GCSJ.