My cranes are done. (I only have to make a new pully wheel). I hope you like them. When I was making this two cranes an accident have happened and this is a video about it (No one died or did got hurt) The boom of the crane is about 2 mtr. !! (80”)

Below some more pictures.

The picture below is for our Australian friends

The pictures are made by my daughter.

All comments welcome

Thanks for watching!


What Jim said…wow.

-- Alec (Friends call me Wolf, no idea why)

Very impressive. Well done

Jeff Vandenberg aka "Woodsconsin"

Great work, fine detail, lifelike realism.
Doesn’t bet any better.

The early bird gets the worm but its the second mouse that gets the cheese.

great looking crane i like all fine details have been following this from the start. keep up the building cant wait to see next project.

Another great build!! Awesome, just awesome!

Amazing work.
I marveled at the picture for a while…

Abbas, Castro Valley, CA

Excellent detail , nice use of different wood for contrast , blown away by the authentic look . Cardinal rule # 1 when operating your cranes , never raise the boom with out you out riggers set . Ha Ha !


A project to be very proud of Jan! Not just a model, but with real working parts. Most impressive and well done.

Mike, an American living in Norway

Incredible. Great job!

Losing fingers since 1969

Great Job Love to do this.



Bruce I,m sorry about the riggers. Very dangerous.

Impressive work.


Tor and Odin are the greatest of gods.

This is one amazing crane,great build ,I love all the detail.

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Those are really impressive!


“Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety.” Benjamin Franklin

This is real Art!

- Man most valuable tools are his hands, his brain and the passion he delivers to his projects -

I’m entering my second childhood, I may need one of these…….