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The world's largest digger is a giant trencher built a couple years ago by German manufacturer Krupp. It took more than 5 years and $ 100 million to design and manufacture.    The machine is almost 95 meters (311 ft) high and 215 meters (705 ft) long which is just like almost 2.5 football fields in length with 45,500 tons in weight. Maximum digging speed is 10 meters (32 ft) per minute and it can move more than 76,000 cubic meters (~2,700,000 cubic ft) of coal, rock, and earth per day.

This is a bucket-wheel excavator, one of the largest mobile machines in the world and is used in surface mining. It can dig a hole the length of a football field 25 meters deep in one day. Imagine what it is doing to the surface of Earth.

teamship, and Victorian house, the Neverwas Haul is home to the “Travelling Academy of UnNatural Science.” This mythical voyager’s club is helmed by Master and Commander Shannon O’Hare, a.k.a. Major Catastrophe. Originally constructed at the aptly named Shipyard Studio in Berkeley, California, the Neverwas Haul debuted in 2006 and has since become a staple on

self-propelled Victorian house called “Neverwas Haul” was built by a couple from California. It is constructed on the base of a wheel travel trailer and its rooms are crammed with all sorts of oddities including a camera obscura projector.

A regular truck transporting one gigantic mining truck. The transportation looks so unreal!

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Trailer truck dwarfed by its massive mining truck cargo. Via Mercedes-Benz USA

Very old car lift in 1931. Amazing!

Vertical parking, This was an “elevator garage” in Chicago, 33 W. It held up to 48 cars. Workers simply drove into the elevator car, parked in their sky-high slots, then walked along the fire escape to their offices.

The FLIP Research Vessel Can Tilt 90 Degrees in the Water- would love to be on it.

The FLIP Research Vessel Can Tilt 90 Degrees in the Water

FLIP is an open ocean research vessel. The ship is a 108 meters long vessel designed to partially flood and pitch backward resulting in only the front 17 meters of the vessel pointing up out of the water.

Peter Urban, the only survivor of the mining disaster, 1914, Boone County, West Virginia.  Coal Miner's Photo

Coal Miner's Photo 'Pete Urban, Sole Survivor of Monongah Disaster'

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Thanks to the efforts of steampunk engineers, the excavation of vampire lairs is now much easier. This is a primitive vampire lair excavator at work, from the early days of steampunk.

This is what a nuclear reactor being made in a forge looks like.

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