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Tuna Towers

December 19, 2011
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Buggy tops are the highest and weakest point. Stronger materials now allow them to handle larger loads and accommodate more than one person. File Photo
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Buggy tops are the highest and weakest point. Stronger materials now allow them to handle larger loads and accommodate more than one person. File Photo
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Buggy tops are the highest and weakest point. Stronger materials now allow them to handle larger loads and accommodate more than one person. File Photo
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Tower builders have increased the diameter of the aluminium they use and have made the climb to the top easier by designing more user-friendly ladders. File Photo
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Tower builders have increased the diameter of the aluminium they use and have made the climb to the top easier by designing more user-friendly ladders. File Photo
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Tower builders have increased the diameter of the aluminium they use and have made the climb to the top easier by designing more user-friendly ladders. File Photo
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Tower builders have increased the diameter of the aluminium they use and have made the climb to the top easier by designing more user-friendly ladders.
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The investment in building and outfitting the structure is huge. It’s imperative that the tower is kept clean, waxed and free of the evil destroyer — salt water. File Photo
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The investment in building and outfitting the structure is huge. It’s imperative that the tower is kept clean, waxed and free of the evil destroyer — salt water. File Photo
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