Tug Hill Wind Power - Update
8/17/2005 09:39:00 PM | Author: baloghblog
I was on Route 104 near Oswego, NY and was passed by a large procession of wide load lead cars, and then 2 huge flatbed trucks with the 3 major pieces to a windmill that is to be erected on the Tug Hill Plateau in upstate NY.

There was an article here about how the pieces were shipped via the Erie Canal to Oswego. Looks like they are making the final leg of the journey by truck.

Amazing to see how large the pieces are up close. I couldn't turn on my digital camera quickly enough to capture a pic as they drove by.



(stolen from estesnet.com for illustrative purposes only)
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1 comments:

On 7:40 PM , Kate West said...

Wow, that is impressive! I had no idea the turbines were that large.