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Can anybody recommend a truck mounted crane with driver to remove a large Lombardy poplar that has fallen in a moat? Essex/Herts borders.

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Can anybody recommend a truck mounted crane with driver to remove a large Lombardy poplar that has fallen in a moat? Essex/Herts borders.

 

Hi Jody h

starts to get tad expensive, can it be winched out, then cut up?

 

Provided pictures would encourage a multitude of ideas that maybe helpful.

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no, the moat is walled so needs to be lifted up and out in three sections...also need a flatbed for the rootball.

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Can anybody recommend a truck mounted crane with driver to remove a large Lombardy poplar that has fallen in a moat? Essex/Herts borders.
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we used this guy to shift a digger from Leicester to Cambridge

General Haulage - Ely, Cambridgeshire | Nigel Pindar Transport

or these they shifted a 30 ft container into my neighbours back garden

 

Transport & Crane Hire ? Cambridgeshire | C J Overy

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