How cranes were a giant success for Texas cranes

An old photo of a crane being loaded onto a truck by a crane operator, with his back to the camera, is on display at the Texas State Museum in Austin.

The photo was taken in 1910.

The crane operators were trying to move a new crane that had been installed in a park to a new location, but one of them was killed by a hit-and-run driver.

The owner of the crane had just gotten home from a business trip.

The other operator had been waiting to be loaded onto the truck to bring it to the site.

A few days later, the truck was driven by a truck driver, who killed the driver and then himself.

In the photo, the crane operator is seated on the back of the truck, his arms crossed.

Crane hot spring: The hot springs, located in the town of Ichabod, are believed to have been created by water in the springs and are considered sacred by some residents of the area.