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Report - Sarah Towers Crane & River Place Crane Mancheter - Aug 09

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Hi this is my first post, Ive only been to a few other spots.

Me, OneByOne and TE managed to fit both cranes in one night with only one or two worries.

The first the Sarah Towers Crane was worryingly high and after climbing over a small metal face, going through a doorway we were at the base of the crane. This had to be climbed on the outside as the ladders were locked.

As far as I know the crane stands around 250ft and is planned to build a 22 story tower with 130 apartments.

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It was far too windy though :)



The second crane of the night was the River Place Crane. This seemed small compaired to the other crane but we still took it easy.
The development itself is six storeys high situated next to a Premier Inn and the A57.

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Cheers For Looking, Gone.
 

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