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A team of "steam devotees" has located two WWII Stanier 8Fs in Turkey and wants to bring them back to England for restoration. But the steam locomotives are no longer operational, and the remote, mountainous roads are too steep to safely move the nearly 100-ton trains. The only way to get them home is to hitch their way across Turkey on a series of freight trains to an England-bound cargo ship docked 850 miles away.
Two teams of heavy haulers face two massive jobs involving a vintage submarine attack aircraft from the Cold War and a 100-ton railroad snowplow built in 1925. First, the last airworthy Fairey Gannet has to hitch a ride out of Goose Bay Airbase in Canada aboard the Antonov-124 cargo aircraft. Meanwhile, in Oregon, a team of movers fights gravity and narrow roads to pull the Union Pacific snowplow locomotive up the treacherous "Train Mountain." Will both mammoth machines survive these perilous journeys and reach their new homes in one piece?
A fleet of racing yachts worth over $10 million has just completed one transatlantic odyssey and is about to embark on another. The boats have just crossed the finish line of the Route du Rhum, an epic yacht race from France to the Caribbean, and now must be transported back to Europe. The crew moving this pricey payload must deal with a tardy cargo ship, devise a precise loading plan, and then securely fasten each boat for its 4,000-mile voyage on rough seas to France.
In Chile, 16,400 feet above sea level, astronomers, engineers, and technicians are building the world's biggest telescope, a scientific wonder capable of gazing into the farthest reaches of the universe. Follow two massive moves--one to haul a huge dish 7,000 miles from its factory in France to the Atacama Desert, and the other to carry the antenna up a desert mountain aboard a custom-designed, 28-wheeled transporter.
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