Taisun
Taisun (Chinese: 泰山; pinyin: tàishān; Taishan is the name of the biggest mountain of the Shandong province) is the world's strongest crane and has a safe working load of 20,000 metric tons (22...
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Titan Clydebank
4°24′31″W / 55.8973°N 4.4085°W / 55.8973; -4.4085Titan Clydebank is a 150-foot-high (46 m) cantilever crane at Clydebank, West Dunbartonshire, Scotland. It was designed t...
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Finnieston Crane
The Finnieston Crane is a disused giant cantilever crane in the centre of Glasgow, Scotland. It is no longer in working order, but is retained as a symbol of the city's engineering heritage. The crane...
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Fairbairn steam crane
A Fairbairn crane is a type of crane of an 'improved design', patented in 1850 by Sir William Fairbairn. There are numerous hand-powered versions around the world and one surviving steam-powered examp...
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Breakwater Crane Railway
4°28′26″W / 54.158°N 4.474°W / 54.158; -4.474The Douglas Breakwater Crane Railway was a massive self-propelled steam crane that ran the length of the original breakwater at Do...
Big Blue (crane)
The Big Blue was a Lampson Transi heavylift crawler crane that collapsed on July 14, 1999, killing three construction workers.
On July 14, 1999 at approximately 5:12 pm, the Big Blue collapsed dur...
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Mastekranen
Mastekranen (English: The Masting Crane) is an 18th-century masting sheer and present landmark on Holmen in Copenhagen, Denmark. It was designed by architect Philip de Lange and built in 1748–51 as pa...
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Samson and Goliath (cranes)
Samson and Goliath are the twin shipbuilding gantry cranes situated at Queen's Island, Belfast, Northern Ireland. The cranes, which were named after the Biblical figures Samson and Goliath, dominate t...
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Kockums Crane
The Kockums Crane (Swedish: Kockumskranen) is a 138-metre (453 ft) high gantry crane in the Hyundai Heavy Industries shipyard in Ulsan, South Korea. It was originally used at the Kockums ship...
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Left Coast Lifter
The Left Coast Lifter is a floating derrick barge or sheerleg which was built to assist in the eastern span replacement of the San Francisco–Oakland Bay Bridge. The barge carries a shear legs crane wh...
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