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Gearbox replacementThe Manitowoc 2250 crawler crane is hoisting a rotor at a wind park in Texas - the rotor has be be taken off of the wind turbine, so the gearbox in the wind turbine can be replacedJan 01, 2016
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Wind turbine landscapeMontezuma Hills, California - photo by Corey SeemanOct 28, 2015
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Wind turbine landscapeMontezuma Hills, California - photo by Corey SeemanOct 28, 2015
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Wind turbine landscapeMontezuma Hills, California - photo by Corey SeemanOct 28, 2015
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Blade assembly being fastened to towerA crane holds the wind turbine’s blades in place while they are fastened to the towerOct 25, 2015
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Crane workHub height of 84 m (276 ft), maximum weight each load lifted was 66 tons - Terex AC-1000 crane.Oct 25, 2015
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Hongsongwa wind energy facility, Cheng De, Hebei Province, ChinaHongsongwa wind energy facility, Cheng De, Hebei Province, ChinaOct 25, 2015
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Crane workCrane workOct 25, 2015
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RoadRoad, Bingham Wind, Maine - photo by Richard HarrisOct 09, 2015
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Road and turbine siteRoad and turbine site, Bingham Wind, Maine - photo by Richard HarrisOct 09, 2015
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Turbine tower baseTurbine tower base, Bingham Wind, Maine - photo by Richard HarrisOct 09, 2015
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Wind turbine in Sublette, Illinois, after burning June 23, 2015Wind turbine in Sublette, Illinois, after burning June 23, 2015 - photo by Lauren Magnuson via FacebookJun 24, 2015
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