During 1945 Bucyrus-Erie introduced the 38-B to the North American market. By 1948 production had started at Ruston-Bucyrus’s Lincoln U.K works of the 38-RB. That same year two were produced and put through rigorous examination on the company’s test area. The 1.5 cubic yard 38-RB was powered by a Ruston 6VPHN diesel engine rated at…Details
In 1930 Ruston & Hornsby of Lincoln, U.K merged with the American, Bucyrus-Erie to form Ruston-Bucyrus Ltd. The merged company fused existing designs of both companies to create new models that were manufactured on both sides of the Atlantic. More so than any other British made earthmover, the Ruston Bucyrus 22-RB out sold and stood…Details
The Ruston Bucyrus 19-RB was designed as a universal machine. The concept was that the basic machine would stay the same but could be varied to suit the task in hand with different power units and front end equipment. It was first exhibited at the Public Works Exhibition in the Royal Agricultural Hall, London, in…Details
These two excavators were submerged in a landslide in 2016 and recovered in a successful operation
A video showing the events of of the last year’s excavation of WW2 RAF Vickers Wellington R1322 bomber from the Polish 305 Squadron in the Netherlands.
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