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Giant windmill blades ride barge to Alaska

Posted on Thu, Aug 30, 2012

Giant windmill blades ride Alaska Marine Lines bargeThese windmill blades, measuring 148 feet long, recently rode Alaska Marine Lines’ railbarge Fairbanks Provider from Seattle to Whittier. The customer has also chartered the Nana Provider barge to move the remaining blades to a wind farm project in remote Healy, Alaska. The blades will be used in turbine towers at the Eva Creek Wind Project.

 

 

 

 

 

Tags: Barge, Alaska Marine Lines, Alaska, Oversize freight

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