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Monster Moves
Season 3: Ep: 1 "Risky Rescues"
Imagine the challenge of trying to move an entire house - fixtures, fixings, brick walls, chimney, windows and roof - intact through a major city, over a mountain range or across a frozen lake. While this may sound impossible to some - it’s just another day on the job for the teams of building movers in Monster Moves. Each episode follows teams of movers as they race against time to move monstrous structures to new and challenging locations.
Episodes
Ep 1
Risky Rescues
Watch Until September 5, 6:00pm
Ep 2
Giant Wood Haul
Watch Until September 12, 6:00pm
Ep 3
Hauling History
Watch Until September 19, 6:00pm
Ep 4
100 Ton Train
Watch August 21, 6:00pm
Ep 5
Dream Homes
Watch August 28, 6:00pm
Ep 6
Moving Ancient Egypt
Watch September 4, 6:00pm
Risky Rescues
Follow two teams of building movers as they attempt remarkable rescue missions - hauling a 400-tonne lighthouse away from a crumbling cliff and relocating a mining town from falling into a mineshaft before the Arctic winter weather strikes.
Giant Wood Haul
Heavy hauler Harold Minty attempts to relocate a titanic tavern in Manitoba, 50 km over a mountain encrusted in snow and ice.
Hauling History
A team of vintage aircraft enthusiasts attempt to move a precious Lockeed Lodestar aircraft 60 km across bustling city roads in Vancouver.
Additional Broadcast Dates:
Sat Aug 19, 2:00pm
Sun Aug 20, 6:00pm
100 Ton Train
A team of British engineers face an epic 11,000 km journey by road, rail and sea to transport a vintage 100-tonne steam locomotive from Bloemfontein in the heart of South Africa to Glasgow, Scotland.
Additional Broadcast Dates:
Mon Aug 21, 6:00pm
Sat Aug 26, 2:00pm
Sun Aug 27, 6:00pm
Dream Homes
In Seattle, newlyweds Tawny and Ian Wilson attempt to move a historic house into the city.
Additional Broadcast Dates:
Mon Aug 28, 6:00pm
Sat Sep 2, 2:00pm
Sun Sep 3, 6:00pm
Moving Ancient Egypt
Reveals how 20 ancient Egyptian temples were relocated from the rising waters of the River Nile in the 1960s.
Additional Broadcast Dates:
Mon Sep 4, 6:00pm
Sat Sep 9, 2:00pm
Sun Sep 10, 6:00pm