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September 12, 2019 | Bridgewater Mercury (UK)
Big Carl', as it is affectionately known, has been assembled at the construction site over the last three months, and is now ready to start pulling his weight.
The crane, built by Sarens, is set to be on the site for the next four years.
The crane has hold 8,000 litres of diesel, which would normally last a few weeks, but if it's running on full power, the tank would be empty in just four days.
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