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I saw this the other day here on the Sedalia Sub, in Lee's Summit, MO. Sorry this is the only one that really came out well. But it was interesting none the less. He was moving very slowly, and had one flat car, with ties on it.
It's an OHIO locomotive crane not a Burro crane. Here are some photos to illustrate the differences
1. A BNSF OHIO locomotive crane working at a bridge replacement project near Stanwood Washington.
2. BNSF Burro crane at Merrit Washington - this is a self powered crane but is a two axle configuration and is used for lighter work.
3. An AMERICAN locomotive crane at Edmonds Washington. Similar to the OHIO but with a different operator cab configuration.
I zoomed in on the picture -- it is an OHIO crane. Question -- what do they do most of the time?
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