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    Heavy equipment on TSI for construction

    Seeing Darkbeer's update this morning, I noticed the Bobcat's and other equipment they have over there for the construction. I was just wondering how they got it over there? Do they have barges large enough to move that stuff over? Do they use cranes? Or do they sprinkle pixie dust on them and they levitate over?
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    Re: Heavy equipment on TSI for construction

    Quote Originally Posted by HDAlien View Post
    Seeing Darkbeer's update this morning, I noticed the Bobcat's and other equipment they have over there for the construction. I was just wondering how they got it over there? Do they have barges large enough to move that stuff over? Do they use cranes? Or do they sprinkle pixie dust on them and they levitate over?
    use Cranes to get the bobcat to the water area or drive it.
    Now to get on the inland that look at one darkbeer photo web site and see that indian camp there is a big green tarp that cover the barges.

    disneyland stop the use of the columbia for round trip only at night.


    thank you darkbeer photos.
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    Re: Heavy equipment on TSI for construction

    I just hope that they don't change the place too much. I have so many memories from there...
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    Re: Heavy equipment on TSI for construction

    Quote Originally Posted by akfandisney View Post
    use Cranes to get the bobcat to the water area or drive it.
    Now to get on the inland that look at one darkbeer photo web site and see that indian camp there is a big green tarp that cover the barges.

    disneyland stop the use of the columbia for round trip only at night.


    thank you darkbeer photos.
    Thanks Alan, I missed that photo of the covered barge.
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    Re: Heavy equipment on TSI for construction

    Quote Originally Posted by akfandisney View Post
    use Cranes to get the bobcat to the water area or drive it.
    Now to get on the inland that look at one darkbeer photo web site and see that indian camp there is a big green tarp that cover the barges.

    disneyland stop the use of the columbia for round trip only at night.


    thank you darkbeer photos.
    It's covered in green, so you can't see it.

    Seriously, that's the new Disneyland Christmas tree farm.

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    Re: Heavy equipment on TSI for construction

    But how do they power the crane???

    It's the pixie dust of course.


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