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    Big Lizzy

    Today we went out to a place called Red Cliffs and there is what the title to this is there.
    It has taken me all this time to actually get there and get a few shots of it.
    Yes you are right I was being really lazy on this as it has been on my list of shot to get for a real long time.
    So instead of me trying to let you know what it is all about I cut and pasted the info onto a photo.
    Today is overcast and I honestly hate days like today as it kills the back.
    So I think I got these ones which are around the 4 in number. So I will post the one with text on first.
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    Changed colours so it was a little easier to read.
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    Nearly a front on shot but is is showing one of the trailers at the back
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    From the back of it on this one
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    More front on but is does show the spare cog on the deck.
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    Just a little more information about it.
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    Interesting machinery and very huge . Thanks for sharing badhands .

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    Thank you, as I said it should have been on here many years ago but then again the trailer on the back wasn't there then.
    From the ground to the top deck of this is in between 9 to 12 feet high.
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    That is an awesome machine and looks like a bumpy ride with those wheels

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    Thanks Jay this old thing done wonders around this area as it did in other parts of the state.
    But I am sure it would have been burnt if it went this speed today to do the job.
    We are in such a rush these days it make you wonder a little with the oldtimers of yerster year.
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    Thing looks ruthless!
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    I think the ride would have made many of today's people right to the doctors with bad backs.
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