We have touch down. NT Marine Source heat pump, pump-house dropped a 100ft (safely!)

big cranes and big views. Britannia Bridge spanning the Menai Straits in the distance. Pump house is now down

big cranes and big views. Britannia Bridge spanning the Menai Straits in the distance. Pump house is now down

Its been a few weeks coming and Mr Southall will regale you with the head scratcher that has been ‘how to get a 4 tonne pump house down a cliff face on to the sea-shore. Paul is off on his holidays and so I was the responsible adult this morning at Plas Newydd. 48t crane, 4t pump house, 2 camera crews and a stunning view. That was my morning. Paul then could not help himself and came over (after i had phoned him to tell him Thunderbird 5 had landed – our pump house for the National Trust Marine Source)

She flies through the air with the greatest of ease. 4 tonne pump house. It was over so quickly. Both Paul and my shoulders have now relaxed!

She flies through the air with the greatest of ease. 4 tonne pump house. It was over so quickly. Both Paul and my shoulders have now relaxed!

Local crane guys with the local civil engineers. Alan making it look easy!

Local crane guys with the local civil engineers. Alan making it look easy! Weeks of planning and a few minutes to execute the plan. 

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