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Report - MMU Campus cranes. Few visits - March 10

Discussion in 'High Stuff' started by Bigjobs, Mar 21, 2010.

  1. Bigjobs

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    Second visit.

    Still on the outermost crane, as access was still the easiest, this time with Edd.

    Just got my fisheye, and was playing a lot with it :D

    Was a cold night, condensation on the lens went unnoticed for a while, so they aren't the best.

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    Then the last visit.

    TristanJ and I went to abb off one of the jibs, didn't matter which one really, there's two there who's jib goes over the edge of the site, but it was the middle (60M) that was overhanging that night.

    We get up and out to about the middle of the jib, throw one end of the rope down, and it's not long enough. I thought it was 140m long rope, but kwhen I cut the 3x20 metres off it, i must've overestimated the 20m. So back to the ladder we went, down one level, and went off that instead.

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