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Home > Mines, Quarries & Sites > Bonsall Moor Mixed Quarry > The Rh Neil Cranes At 2020

The Rh Neil Cranes At 2020

Manufactured by RH Neil in the 1930, they remain as a relic of past opencast flourspar working, probably something of a local landmark, they can be seen from the road.

06/12/2020

13 Photos in this album by royfellows

Taken on a freezing cold winter day, hence the clear air. Taken on a freezing cold winter day, hence the clear air. Taken on a freezing cold winter day, hence the clear air. Scraper shovel nearby.
Details of gearing, crane with jib on the ground. Crane with jib lying flat, close up Both cranes. Crane with jib lying flat, close up of JAP engine and gearing
Crane with raised jib, nameplate showing manufacturer and model. Crane with raised jib, close up. Crane with raised jib. Crane with jib lying flat.
The two cranes in their location.
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