Thursday, June 20, 2013

New pics: Ardebil-Mianeh Rail Project, under construction

Concrete bridge piers being erected for the 175 kilometer Ardebil-Mianeh Railroad

Mats of rebar beside Iranian construction worker and wheel loader

Tadano TR-300 series 30t crane hoisting construction materials

Piers for one of ten large and small bridges being erected for the railway

Possibly bridge wingwalls being erected from reinforced concrete

Entrances serving the 24 km of tunnels provided for the railway

Tunnel concrete sidings construction

Opposing tunnel entrances

Photos: Fars News Agency


Anonymous said...

who wants to chip in to buy the fanboy some Tonka trucks to play with?

Anonymous said...

Anon 10:34 - love to hear the anger in your voice.

Mark, keep up the solid work you're doing here. I think you are saving this blog from turning into yet another cheap anti-regime propaganda.

Anonymous said...

Can those tunnels and railways be used for any defensive purposes too ?.


Anonymous said...

AnonymousJune 21, 2013 at 12:14 AM

Anonymous said...

As opposed to cheap pro-regime propaganda from yet another West-residing IRI Groupie.

Anonymous said...

What,agreeing with ones self are we?

Anonymous said...

it's not at all anger that you're hearing. it's derision and scorn for the pathetic attempts to portray routine construction as something of significance.