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Miner's Memorial Park & Big Muskie's Bucket

Big Muskie was the largest dragline ever built. The 220-cubic-yard, 240-ton bucket is a true engineering marvel. Due to the massive size of the machine, Big Muskie had to be built on site. Starting in 1967, more than 300 railcars and 250 trucks hauled the necessary pieces to Muskingum Mine. It took a team of engineers more than two years to ...

Big Muskie Bucket — EXPLORE Noble County, OHIO

Big Muskie Bucket. 4477 OH-78, McConnelsville, OH. Designated a "Great Ohio Adventure of Learning" by the State of Ohio Division of Travel & Tourism. "Big Muskie" was once the World's Largest Earth Moving Machine; it was the largest drag line ever built and was one of the Seven Engineering Wonders of the World!

Big Muskie - Wikipedia

Big Muskie Bucket. 4477 OH-78, McConnelsville, OH. Designated a "Great Ohio Adventure of Learning" by the State of Ohio Division of Travel & Tourism. "Big Muskie" was once the World's Largest Earth Moving Machine; it was the largest drag line ever built and was one of the Seven Engineering Wonders of the World!

How much did the big muskie weigh?

Shut down in 1991, "Big Muskie" was finally dismantled for scrap in 1999. Furthermore, how big is a dragline bucket? OMZ's ESH 30.110 walking dragline is fitted with a 30m³ capacity bucket and has a boom length of 110m.

Big Muskie - Wikipedia

Design specifications and service. The Big Muskie was a model 4250-W dragline and was the only one ever built by the Bucyrus-Erie. With a 220-cubic-yard (170 m 3) bucket, it was the largest single-bucket digging machine ever created and …

The BIG MUSKIE

After 2 years and more than 200,000 man hours later, Muskie was finally complete. Finally, on May 22, 1969, the 4250w was dedicated and given the name "BIG MUSKIE" . Randy Johnson ( He's six feet tall) Standing on a lip on the side of Muskie's bucket. You can't really understand the size of this thing, until you step back a little.

Industrial History: Big Muskie (Bucyrus-Erie 4250-W ...

A "Big Muskie - 4250-W Bucyru-Erie" Album with 22 photos and the comment: The Big Muskie was a model 4250-W Bucyrus-Erie dragline (the only one ever built). With a 220 cubic yards (170 m3) bucket, it was the largest single-bucket digging machine ever created and one of the world's largest mobile earth-moving machines alongside the Illinois-based Marion …

Big Muskie's Bucket, McConnelsville, Ohio

McConnelsville, Ohio. "Big Muskie" was once the World's Largest Earth Moving Machine. What remains today is a monstrous metal bucket, vaguely resembling a robot dog head. The bucket sits on a rise, overlooking the beautiful valley that it once mined and destroyed, which has been renamed "Re-Creation Land." Built in 1969, Big Muskie could move ...

Big Muskie - Abandoned

The Big Muskie cost $25 million to fabricate in South Milwaukee, Wisconsin and ship to Ohio where it was erected on-site. 1 2 3 It took 340 rail cars and 260 trucks to ship all of the components, and 200,000 man-hours to erect. The 27-million pound, 32-story tall machine included a 330-foot twin boom and a 220-cubic-yard bucket, large enough to ...

| The Story of "Big Muskie"

Weighing in at over 27,000,000 pounds, it stood nearly 22 stories high and had a 330-foot twin boom and a 220-cubic yard bucket the size of a 12-car garage. In 1976, "Big Muskie" removed 8,000 yards of overburden for the coal company per operating hour.

The Largest Walking Dragline Ever Built - Big Muskie!

The Big Muskie was a model 4250-W Bucyrus-Erie dragline the only one ever built. With a 220-cubic-yard (170 m3) bucket, it was the largest single-bucket digging machine ever created and one of the world's largest mobile earth-moving machines alongside the Illinois-based Marion 6360 stripping shovel called The Captain and the German bucket wheel …