Cranberry Flywheelers Fall Meet
Plymouth Airport, Plymouth MA
22 September 2012
Photo slide Show Part A and B Video HERE
I missed the spring edition of this meet for reasons I now don't remember. So I was determined to make the fall meet even though the weather was dicey. The GPS said it was 88 miles from home and we had a disagreement about which route to take. I wanted me to swing off I-195 east of Providence onto some other road. Exit after exit it nagged me but I ignored it and took the route I knew would keep me off the perhaps shorter but slower roads. All worked out well and I found the airport with no difficulty.
This motor/generator is fresh from being rescued at the dump! And it runs!!
George Kennedy Sr. collects Baird Beaver equipment and is always on the look out for machines, parts, brochures etc. Contact George at email@example.com
We could have used this bucket loader last spring when we had 19 years of gravel to move!
I noticed this very interesting vehicle a short distance from the airport. I will call on Monday to ask how they use it.
So, as promised I talked to the folks at Alumatech Marine this morning. They tell me that the amphibious truck is used for industrial/commercial purposes as well as taking the public for sight seeing rides ala the Duck Tours in Boston and many other cities. The vehicles name is LARC 5, Light Amphibious Resupply Craft 5. It uses a Cummings 903 diesel for power and has a load capacity of 5 tons.
Alumatech is on the same road as the Plymouth Airport and may be reached at 508-746-7774. In addition to aluminum fabricating they also do Thermal Arc Plasma Spray work and can build up many different types of metals and other materials to rescue worn bearing surfaces and so on.
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