While in Pueblo, Colorado we saw some of the production stuff of the windmills built there, in a parade. I do not know how many producers there are, but I know they are shipped by rail, then by truck to the erection site. From a distance, they just do not look that big, but in reality they are huge!!
Below was just one section of the base in a parade in Pueblo in 2010.
These are Blades on the trucks
The one below was on the West bound lane..
What is in my rear view mirror?
There it is going around, is that big or what?
Nearly past here, that is a WOW being right beside it.
This is a 1/3 or 1/4 of the base of one on the West Bound lanes.
Other things catch my interest including WHERE trucks are from. I enjoying seeing a name, and saying to Sherry that dude is from Winston-Salem, NC or anywhere else. It is just interesting.
This is a load of pipe stock but they have lug lips for bolts, so they could be light poles for parking lots.
I am very familiar with this guys load, those are bands of concrete reinforcement bars or Re-bar as construction workers call it..
A load of spare wheels for locomotives, I don’t think trains have flats, but they may wear out. LOL
A day on the road. Thanks for stopping by the log.
We miss many good pictures, forgetting the camera while enjoying the sight. I missed five antique cars on Friday, just gaping at them.
1930 Ruston Model C