This is a cool project to demolish two Chambersburg Steam Hammers at a leading Chicago forge. The above ground hammers, while looking intimidating, are easy to remove. The stuff below ground and the horizontal plates that hold everything together, are the most challenging to remove. We had to dig, dig dig and also use my Hydraulic Pump and Jack setup in order to pull that stuff out of the ground. The hammers were in place since 1940 and their anvils are completely encrusted in mill scale that turned into rust and expanded.