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Golden Gate Bridge Opening day 1937 - GLP sleuths - Do you see a Monorail system?

 
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11/15/2012 05:05 PM
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Re: Golden Gate Bridge Opening day 1937 - GLP sleuths - Do you see a Monorail system?
"Monorailing

Another of the solutions we offer clients in meeting a particular project’s requirements is Monorailing. A Temporary Monorail can be an effective solution for traversing equipment backwards and forwards along a face.

The benefit of ScafWest’s Monorail system is that it allows our team to form monorailing around circular structures, where significant vertical and sideways travel is required. To enable these movements a swing stage is attached. Our monorail has the benefits of a 1000kg load capacity and allows the swing stage to move across the face without landing the swing stage on the ground. View monorailing projects."


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Yes, this is plausible that the GGB had a conveying system for equipment that was removed later.
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11/15/2012 05:06 PM
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Re: Golden Gate Bridge Opening day 1937 - GLP sleuths - Do you see a Monorail system?
The Golden Gate Bridge NEVER had a monorail.

Period.
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Yeah it did, I rode round on it with your mom.
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#26920547 - noted.
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11/15/2012 06:10 PM
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Re: Golden Gate Bridge Opening day 1937 - GLP sleuths - Do you see a Monorail system?
"Monorailing

Another of the solutions we offer clients in meeting a particular project’s requirements is Monorailing. A Temporary Monorail can be an effective solution for traversing equipment backwards and forwards along a face.

The benefit of ScafWest’s Monorail system is that it allows our team to form monorailing around circular structures, where significant vertical and sideways travel is required. To enable these movements a swing stage is attached. Our monorail has the benefits of a 1000kg load capacity and allows the swing stage to move across the face without landing the swing stage on the ground. View monorailing projects."


[link to www.scafwest.com]

Yes, this is plausible that the GGB had a conveying system for equipment that was removed later.
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Thanks GLP sleuths. That is plausible!

Monorailing system for conveying equipment.
MCurrie GGBridge
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11/26/2012 01:15 PM
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Re: Golden Gate Bridge Opening day 1937 - GLP sleuths - Do you see a Monorail system?
There never was a monorail - the orginal desing conteplated allowing for a tolley of somekind to be apart of the configuration for the main span, but it was scrapped and not part of the final design of the Bridge.cool2

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