Across from above the lock walls came two empty buckets, carried on pulleys on the cableway.
The buckets were hooked on to the cableway and conveyed where wanted in the wall.
Lighthouse-builders on cableway from top of cliff to platform beside reef, unapproachable by boats.
A cableway used in excavating work in Chicago was credited with a capacity of 400 to 600 cub.
Then a cableway was erected spanning the entire length of the section and the remainder of the material taken out.
A cableway plant for heavy fortification work is described in Chapter XI.
The cableway is so economical in its working that it has greatly advanced the process of "open-pit" mining.
Steam for running the mixer was taken from the same boiler that supplied the cableway engine.
A derrick was being spun along the cableway, just above the excavation.
Another example of cableway arrangement for concreting bridge piers is shown by Fig. 151a.