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World's Biggest Dragline - Bucyrus 8200

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About: World's Biggest Dragline - Bucyrus 8200

Ursa Major is the largest in use today. BE- 2570WS. 360 foot boom & 160 yard bucket. So this draigline is like half size. This is a Marion draigline.
Maybe the biggest one in operation
that coal shit there haha, the Anthracite Coal We have in NEPA is the best in the world
Big Muskie is far bigger
Call it what you's still a Marion.
So it's moon walking🤔😅🕺🚶‍♂️
If the operator is as bad as he operates the machine I'm pretty sure he'll be stupid enough to have it scrapped like Big Muskie I just hope they better preserve it after all it is named Liberty
My Grandpa used to run the Big Muskie. My cousin and i was their when they started to dismantle it .Then we had are pic taken in the drag bucket
I do remember he krain in Corby in the 70s big anouth
Ursa major?
Nice Machine! 💥✌️😎🇨🇦
Looking for a job operator.can you please tell which firm to contact about employment?
Een prachtige machine.
I belive the big muskie is bigger
can we see it compared to the big muskie?
Working an outage on this machine right now. New upper and lower rails being installed. Medium sized dragline. There are bigger
draglines dont hop
What the F*** is this 270,000 pounds of dirt bullshit? I know what a ton is, and I know what a 100 or 1,000 ton of dirt is. But why break it down to pounds? Why not go all the way and break it down to ounces or even grams?
I hate to break your Heart but Big Muskie was a lot bigger. it's bucket could hold 220 yards of material or 295 tons. and move materials 1/6 of a mile or ruffly 1000 feet.
8750 's and 2570's are a larger machine than 8200's

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Coal is extracted from the ground by coal mining, either underground by shaft mining, or at ground level by open pit mining extraction.


Coal is primarily used as a solid fuel to produce electricity and heat through combustion. World coal consumption was about 7.25 billion tonnes in 2010 The price of coal increased from around $30.00 per short ton in 2000 to around $150.00 per short ton as of September 2008. In early 2015, it was trading near $56/ton.