4 Belorussian Dumpers Come Through the Virgin Nature

Belorussian Dumpers Come Through the Virgin Nature

Posted on May 31, 2011 by team

Those pit dumpers of the Belorussian automobile plant have something pristine in their appearance. It seems that trucks are tiny if you look in a pit from above. But when they come up to your level, that is you who seem tiny and miserable. Only one wheel of a dumper has the man’s height.

All open pits are strictly secured. A plan for cars movements.

The main rule here is to be afraid of tippers which are called BelAZ.

This truck will pass through all roads without noticing any problem. Its average speed is 50 km per hour, it is remarkable that drivers do not feel this speed inside a dumper. For standard passenger cars it is almost impossible to develop such speed on these roads, or stones and gravel would damage a wildscreen or wheels.

The village Kransnoselsky has the population of 8 thousand people, most of them work in pits.

Being a BelAZ driver is one of the most honorable professions in the village. Only the plant director and a traffic controller have more respect.


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4 Responses to “Belorussian Dumpers Come Through the Virgin Nature”

  1. Ostyak-Vogul says:

    But what do they extract from those pits?

  2. Musa says:

    I would really like to know what environmental hazards exist around that old plant before I would go hanging around there, camping and or fishing.

  3. Anonymous Coward says:

    Does anyone know what makes the water so blue?

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