Then, last night, my wife said that as she was looking at the local newspaper on line, she saw an article with pictures of exactly what we saw. Now I have pictures that I can show you along with a link to the news story. There was a crew that accompanied the tank whose job it was to hold up any overhead wires that may not clear the top of the huge tank. Wouldn't it be fun to be the guys riding up in the buckets?
Yes, of course, they had a police escort which stopped traffic when necessary.
Another shot of the guys holding up the wires and lights.
The picture below show just how long this tank is:
If you are interested in reading the news article, here is a link to it: CLICK HERE
My guess is that it is a cracking tower. The load started in Baytown and I wonder if it was made over seas, like in China, or if it was made in Baytown. It has been a long time since I have been in Baytown and don't remember any place that makes tanks, but that doesn't mean that there isn't any. Sure hope your day today turns out great, you hear?