A team of engineers attempts to build and haul a massive, brand new Search & Rescue Hovercraft 9,000 miles from Southampton to Sea Island, Vancouver in Canada.
A team of engineers attempts to build and haul a titanic town of brand new floating homes 70 miles across the Netherlands.
Engineers prepare a Sikorsky S-92 search-and-rescue helicopter for a journey from America to its new home at the coastguard base at Sumburgh on Shetland.
An expert team of heavy haulers attempts to transport a massive First World War artillery gun 400 miles from the Royal Artillery in Wiltshire to a museum in Utrecht, Holland.
The team must move a historic Canberra jet bomber over 400km from Coventry to Newquay, Cornwall, for a private collector. The vintage aircraft is in no condition to fly and so must travel by truck. Too large to be moved in one piece, the bomber must be dismantled and reassembled at its destination. The team hopes that one day the plane might be able to take to the skies again.
The sixth series of Monster Moves follows the high risk job of relocating the world's biggest packages. A team of British engineers attempt to haul two historic A4 Pacific steam locomotives, each worth more than #2 million, more than five thousand miles across the Atlantic to the National Railway Museum in York.
In Omaha Nebraska, two of America's longest locomotives are taken off the rails for a journey through tight city streets to a new hill-top home, while another team in the New Mexico desert moves a railway station three kilometres down the track after sawing it in half.
This program sees a race against the clock to relocate two fragile, super-heavy mansions. The 1857 Varsity Hall is an ornate three-storey structure that throws up a host of engineering headaches.
A team of engineers race against the clock to move a colossal telescope up 5000 metres to a mountain plateau in Chile. With no vehicle big and sophisticated enough to transport the awkward and delicate freight up to the plateau, the team has to design a huge, 28-wheeled transporter like no other. The journey up to the plateau through the driest desert on earth is fraught with dangers. Will the movers and machines cope with the extreme heat and lack of oxygen on their long climb up the mountain?
A team of movers must transport a fleet of customised racing yachts worth $12 million 6,500km from the Caribbean island of Guadeloupe to France. The huge yachts have just completed a race across the rough Atlantic Ocean to the Caribbean.
Tonight, British Pilot Harry Odone needs to transport a vintage British Royal Navy plane 2,500km on a jumbo journey from Canada to New Richmond Airport, Wisconsin where it will be restored to working condition. Meanwhile, in Oregon, we also follow leading heavy hauler Chris Arsenault attempt to transport a 70-year-old snowplough locomotive up 'Train Mountain' to a hillside location.
An intrepid team race to rescue two rare Churchill steam Locomotives, hauling them 850 miles across Turkey before shipping them back to the UK. Saved from the scrapyard, these ancient engines were originally sent to Turkey by Winston Churchill.
A team of maritime engineers battle to move and sink a huge US Navy ship in the Cayman Islands to create an artificial dive reef. The team must combat winter storms and huge swells to tow the USS Kittiwake 1,600 miles from Virginia to the Caribbean.
A team of aviation engineers attempt to move a historic Spitfire fighter aircraft over 6,000km from Duxford in England to Easton, Maryland USA for a private collector. Too large to be trucked or shipped intact, this episode follows the team attempt to dismantle it for its epic trek by trucks and ship. This operation is a huge challenge, as the aircraft must be flight-worthy after it has been reassembled in Easton.
Documentary series following people who move large structures for a living. This program features a Victorian villa in Canada, previously due for demolition, which instead embarks on a 220 km journey - an odyssey that takes it along the coast before finally reaching its new site on Vancouver Island.
A team of building movers brave thunder and lightning at Heathrow Airport to transport a gigantic glass and steel air traffic control tower across one of the world's busiest runways. In Canada, an attempt is made to shift five 43 metre high grain silos 32 km over a mountain frozen with ice and snow.
How will structural mover Jeremy Patterson manage to haul the SS President, one of the largest and best-known steamships in the USA, across nearly 130km of land and sea in St Louis? Many obstacles lie in his way; the vessel cannot be lifted from the Mississippi river, and so the ship must be taken apart. But can it be put back together at the end of its journey? Or could this be the death of the President?
Structural movers must relocate a 1,200-ton church in Salem, Massachusetts, 90 metres to a new site where it will be redeveloped into a courthouse law library.
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