Tag Archives: level-luffing

An elite hotel room – in a crane!

Harlingen is a municipality and a city in the northern Netherlands, in the province of Friesland on the Wadden Sea. An old town with a long history of fishing and shipping and a current population of 15,769, it received city … Continue reading

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on track …

…. of course, a dockside crane really ought to be able to run on track. Some time ago I acquired a number of lengths of 0-gauge track and it seemed a good idea to use them on this project, so … Continue reading

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Small level luffing crane

When I was a youngster I was always rather taken by Model 6.14, a dockside crane. Like many in the 6/7 manuals of the period the model’s lines were simple and elegant and made good use of the parts available. … Continue reading

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