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Fab move for West of Scotland Heavy Haulage

Fab move for West of Scotland Heavy Haulage

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Fresh from the Christmas and New Year break, West of Scotland Heavy Haulage hot-footed the new year in with a neat load out of two bridge sections.

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Uplifted from the fabrication workshops at Lanarkshire Welding near Wishaw, the loads made their way via the M74, M8, M77 and M78 before being skilfully guided along the A759/756 for delivery to Barrassie Beach.

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The bridges will be assembled onto concrete supports and rolled into place at a later date.

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For further details on West of Scotland Heavy Haulage, please visit: www.westofscotlandheavyhaulage.com

Photography courtesy of Scottish Photography Productions: www.scottishphotographyproductions.co.uk

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