They are getting the giant straps under the hull in readiness for the crane to lift Caxton into the air.
Eighteen tons airborne!
Being lowered onto the lorry. (statement of the obvious - just in case you missed it!)
After the journey from Stourbridge via Worcester the lorry arrives at the launch site - Yes, it was very tight here.
After waiting a while to get sufficient cars moved out of this yard the lorry swings in ready to reverse Caxton towards the River Severn and the quay-side crane.
The securing straps are undone and the 'long load' signage and flashing amber lights are removed
The straps are fed through under the hull and attached to the cradle on the crane.
Up up and away. The lorry drives away and the crane starts to lift Caxton up some twelve feet.