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Cool, I've always been facinated by heavy duty cranes, ecpecially the CNW one on the museum grounds. Hey now you guys got 'em, you can do all the lifting you like!
#1 Adam on 2013-07-03 11:36
The CNW bought six Ohio DE-300 cranes in 1976 (C/N 5020-5025). Which one do you have?
#2 John Taubeneck on 2013-08-02 19:48
Mark Secco sent me the info on the OHIO crane for posting. I did ask him the reporting marks and that is included in the entry. I do not have the C/N but perhaps Mark will see the question and be able to supply an answer. Bob Kutella
#2.1 Robert Kutella on 2013-08-03 01:50
I talked to Mark Secco Saturday and he advised the C/N for our OHIO crane is 5025. Isn't the internet wonderful? Bob Kutella
#2.1.1 Robert Kutella on 2013-08-04 04:47
Ohio C/N 5025 is a Model DE300 shipped May 28, 1976 new to the CNW
#2.1.1.1 John Taubeneck on 2013-11-25 20:44
Thanks John for the info. Any and all help is much appreciated. J.Sakash Co. has just donated a brand new drawbar sling to us, very useful. We also just dropped the boom pendants to get ready to install new ones. The CNW 262051 is on her way to becoming a fully operational and OSHA compliant crane. Mark
#2.1.1.1.1 Mark Secco on 2013-12-04 12:37
Mark, having fun yet?!
#2.1.1.1.1.1 Bill Moran on 2014-02-19 18:51
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