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RE: Double Decker?

Subject: RE: Double Decker?
From: Weaver, Martin
Date: Dec 05 2008 16:13:47
Sorry should have stated any mods or specifications to the bus to improve
speed, safety and time?
 
If my memory serves me right the double decker was completely altered so a
chipper was placed with the feed upstairs, cut material was then dropped
down through the chipper and then out the back of the bus to a trailer?  Or
are my dreams far to weird, actually don't answer that one!!
 
Cheers again
 
 
Martin Weaver
Arboricultural Officer
Teignbridge District Council
Devon County Council - Area South Highways
Forde Road Offices
Forde Road
Newton Abbot
TQ12 4AD
 
01626 XXXXXX
martin.weaver@xxxxxxxxxxxx.gov.uk <mailto:martin.weaver@xxxxxxxxxxxx.gov.uk> 
 
DX121075 Newton Abbot 5

-----Original Message-----
From: Weaver, Martin 
Sent: 05 December 2008 15:57
To: 'uktc@xxxxxx.tree-care.info'
Subject: Double Decker?


Dear UKTC'ers
 
Does anyone out there have a photo or information about using a converted
open top double decker for tree works.  I'm sure some where in the deepest
darkest memories having a conversation with someone about this (maybe
somewhere in London) and any info out there would be much appreciated.
 
If you prefer to contact me off forum details below!
 
Thanks in advance
 
Martin Weaver
Arboricultural Officer
Teignbridge District Council
Devon County Council - Area South Highways
Forde Road Offices
Forde Road
Newton Abbot
TQ12 4AD
 
01626 XXXXXX
martin.weaver@xxxxxxxxxxxx.gov.uk <mailto:martin.weaver@xxxxxxxxxxxx.gov.uk> 
 
DX121075 Newton Abbot 5
 

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