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Earthmoving and demolition

Our Earthmoving DVDs feature some of the world's largest earthmovers: hydraulic excavators, draglines, diesel rope shovels, bucketwheel excavators and massive haul trucks, including equipment from Caterpillar, P&H, Liebherr, Bucyrus-Erie, Hitachi, JCB and Komatsu.

Some ultra high-reach demolition machines at work include conversions by Kocurek and Rusch based on Cat, Hitachi and Liebherr excavators. The massive machines featured in these DVDs also include scrap shears from Verachtert, Genesis and Montovanibenne.

We also have some earthmoving books covering Hymac earthmovers and other quarrying machines.

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  1. British Opencast Coal: A Photographic History 1942-1985 - Keith Haddock

    British Opencast Coal: A Photographic History 1942-1985 - Keith Haddock

    British Opencast Coal is an illustrated history of coal mining by surface methods from 1942-1985. This book details the origins of the industry and documents the types of earthmoving machines employed during the first forty years.

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    £29.95
  2. Earthmovers in Scotland: Mining, Quarries, Roads & Forestry

    Earthmovers in Scotland: Mining, Quarries, Roads & Forestry - David Wylie

    This beautiful book contains 400 stunning photographs of earthmoving machines in Scotland, many of which have not been seen before and many of which feature machines that were the first of their kind. Each high quality photo has been carefully composed to capture each machine in all its power and glory with the spectacular Scottish scenery as a backdrop.

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    £34.95
  3. Opencast Images: An Informal Look at British Coal Opencast Sites 1986-1994 (Hardback) - Dave Wootton

    Opencast Images: An Informal Look at British Coal Opencast Sites 1986-1994 - Dave Wootton

    In the United Kingdom surface coal mining began in 1942 in response to a national shortage of deep-mined coal. By the 1980s, when Dave Wootton began touring sites and taking photographs, the industry was firmly established with major operations and very large machinery. Learn More
    £24.95
  4. Illustrated History of Hymac, The  (Hardback) - Jeremy Rowland

    The Illustrated History of Hymac - Jeremy Rowland

    There was a time on most UK building sites when any make of 360-degree hydraulic excavator was referred to as a Hymac. The Hydraulic Machinery Company (Great Britain) Ltd, or Hymac for short, manufactured its hydraulic excavators from the early 1960s. Learn More
    £24.95

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