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World's Largest HD Video Board Construction

February 2, 2011
  • Construction crews use a massive crane to dig the support column holes that will lift the Panasonic HD video board 110 feet above the track and install concrete piers in the holes.
    Credit: HHP/CMS PR
  • Construction crews use a massive crane to dig the support column holes that will lift the Panasonic HD video board 110 feet above the track and install concrete piers in the holes.
    Credit: HHP/CMS PR
  • Construction crews use a massive crane to dig the support column holes that will lift the Panasonic HD video board 110 feet above the track and install concrete piers in the holes.
    Credit: HHP/CMS PR
  • Construction crews use a massive crane to dig the support column holes that will lift the Panasonic HD video board 110 feet above the track and install concrete piers in the holes.
    Credit: HHP/CMS PR
  • Construction crews use a massive crane to dig the support column holes that will lift the Panasonic HD video board 110 feet above the track and install concrete piers in the holes.
    Credit: HHP/CMS PR
  • Construction crews use a massive crane to dig the support column holes that will lift the Panasonic HD video board 110 feet above the track and install concrete piers in the holes.
    Credit: HHP/CMS PR
  • Construction crews use a massive crane to dig the support column holes that will lift the Panasonic HD video board 110 feet above the track and install concrete piers in the holes.
    Credit: HHP/CMS PR
  • Construction crews use a massive crane to dig the support column holes that will lift the Panasonic HD video board 110 feet above the track and install concrete piers in the holes.
    Credit: HHP/CMS PR
  • Construction crews use a massive crane to dig the support column holes that will lift the Panasonic HD video board 110 feet above the track and install concrete piers in the holes.
    Credit: HHP/CMS PR
  • Construction crews use a massive crane to dig the support column holes that will lift the Panasonic HD video board 110 feet above the track and install concrete piers in the holes.
    Credit: HHP/CMS PR
  • Construction crews use a massive crane to dig the support column holes that will lift the Panasonic HD video board 110 feet above the track and install concrete piers in the holes.
    Credit: HHP/CMS PR
  • Construction crews use a massive crane to dig the support column holes that will lift the Panasonic HD video board 110 feet above the track and install concrete piers in the holes.
    Credit: HHP/CMS PR
  • Construction crews use a massive crane to dig the support column holes that will lift the Panasonic HD video board 110 feet above the track and install concrete piers in the holes.
    Credit: HHP/CMS PR
  • Construction crews use a massive crane to dig the support column holes that will lift the Panasonic HD video board 110 feet above the track and install concrete piers in the holes.
    Credit: HHP/CMS PR
  • Construction crews use a massive crane to dig the support column holes that will lift the Panasonic HD video board 110 feet above the track and install concrete piers in the holes.
    Credit: HHP/CMS PR
  • Construction crews use a massive crane to dig the support column holes that will lift the Panasonic HD video board 110 feet above the track and install concrete piers in the holes.
    Credit: HHP/CMS PR
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