About the show

Think packing up and moving is stressful? Imagine moving the entire building - brick walls, chimney, furniture - the whole lot - in one piece! Sound tough? Well it's nothing compared with the daunting challenges faced by the extreme engineers of Massive Moves . In this dramatic series, we follow the adventures of huge movers across land as they transport monstrous structures that were never meant to leave their foundations. From a colossal cathedral to a humongous homestead and even an entire town, nothing is off limits.
Season 2, Episode 2

Supersize Station

Ursula Pfeiffer-Strautman and her partner Lorne Bauer have found their dream home - a two-storey, century-old, disused train station. It's steeped in heritage and the perfect place for their beautiful river-side plot in Saskatchewan. But 60 miles of railway crossings, power lines, tight turns and muddy ground lie between the station and their plot in Warman. So Lorne and Ursula call in experienced house trucker Kerry Neufeld and his team to move the 100-ton station. It looks in great condition, but it's not long before they discover that the foundations have collapsed and there's a fragile floor. Will Ursula and Lorne's century old dream home survive a cross-country trek to reach the new plot intact?

Thursday
Mar 5
9am | 8c
Season 2, Episode 5

Floating Fortress

Since they met Graham and Sharon Harkley have shared a love for the Fraser River, enjoying a variety of water-based hobbies and the wildlife. They like it so much, they buy a river mooring and decide to build a giant floating home. A team of architects designs the family a three story aquatic mansion. Then a fearless tug man face the challenge of a lifetime - sail the house across the state to reach its new moorings. Will the floating house survive the river journey on it's epic odyssey?

Thursday
Mar 5
10:30am | 9:30c
Season 2, Episode 6

River Rescue

Garry and Vicki Anderson built their ideal weekend getaway - a beautiful two-story wooden house - in the majestic Cascade Mountains along the banks of the raging Skagit River. But shortly after they completed their house, the river burst its banks and changed direction. Their dream home is now perilously close to falling into the river. To rescue it, they call in experienced house trucker Dell Davies, to lift and roll the house away from the brink of disaster. Will their dream home escape unscathed from a perilous journey through a dense forest?

Thursday
Mar 5
11am | 10c
Season 2, Episode 7

Minnesota Family Farmhouse

When Annalie Plaetz's parents decided to give their daughter their acres of farmland, she and husband Joe were overjoyed. But the farm meant Annalie and Joe had a daily commute of over 20 miles to farm the extra land. Building a new house was not an option with so many memories at the farmstead. So to eliminate the daily journey, they decided to move their house to the farm. They call in experienced house trucker Garvin Marcus, to lift and move their home and workshop, and take it across country to the new plot. Will both buildings survive the tricky trip unscathed?

Thursday
Mar 5
11:30am | 10:30c
Season 2, Episode 12

Risky Rescue

In 2008 Chuck and Connie Turbeyville watched in horror as their town was flooded in a deluge of water, caused by Hurricane Ike. Their home for over 20 years, where their son Chuck Jr had taken his first steps, was ruined along with the rest of the town. Connie and Chuck never want to go through such a disaster again. So they take the risky decision to buy a new house and move it to a site outside the flood zone. They call in expert house mover, Joe Matyiko - one of America's most experienced movers - to undertake the huge challenge. Jo Matyiko has to guide the house around tight turns and under dangerous cables before finally tackling the steep hill up to the new site. All of which threaten the house almost as much as the river below.

Thursday
Mar 5
2pm | 1c
Season 2, Episode 13

Historic House

Dan and Joyce Enders live just outside Calgary with their five children. Their house is small and crammed. The Enders have also had an extremely challenging two years due to a family illness. But things are starting to get back on track. Now Dan wants to buy a house big enough for his family to live in more comfortably. He's found the perfect home - a huge 100 year old colonial mansion. The only problem is that it is in the wrong place. It's located 6 miles away from a plot of land the family own where Joyce's thriving riding stables sit. So the family call in one of Canada's premier house truckers, Pat McCann, to move the house to the stables. The house is massive, so lifting it in one piece will be a colossal challenge. Pat's team must then guide the house across frozen fields and down narrow country roads, as the temperature drops to -18 degrees centigrade.

Thursday
Mar 5
2:30pm | 1:30c
Season 2, Episode 3

Pacific Palace

Vancouver Islanders Red and Barb Reuther need a bigger home for their big family gatherings. Rather than extend their existing home, they find a vacant second hand house but it's a 100 miles away ... by sea! So they call in a crew of house truckers to not only haul it but also sail it to their lot. Ron Nickel's team battle high tides and strong ocean currents to lift and load the house onto a barge for a unique sea journey. Will the home's huge glass windows survive intact on this epic ocean odyssey?

Monday
Nov 23
7am | 6c
Season 2, Episode 4

Harbour House

On the vacation of a lifetime in Antarctica, partners Doug McClelland and Tony Tucker received a phone call - it was their worst nightmare. Their beloved floating home, moored in an exclusive location in downtown Vancouver, had capsized during a freak snow storm. With cherished possessions ruined, and the house a wreck, Doug and Tony were not beaten, but decided to re-build. They enlist one of the world's best naval architects, Alfonso Sotres, to design an unsinkable new floating home. Once complete a team of marine engineers has to sail the house down the busy Fraser River and out into the Strait of Georgia to get it to the new moorings. Will the house float when launched? And can it survive a perilous sea journey to reach the moorings?

Monday
Nov 30
7am | 6c
Season 2, Episode 2

Supersize Station

Ursula Pfeiffer-Strautman and her partner Lorne Bauer have found their dream home - a two-storey, century-old, disused train station. It's steeped in heritage and the perfect place for their beautiful river-side plot in Saskatchewan. But 60 miles of railway crossings, power lines, tight turns and muddy ground lie between the station and their plot in Warman. So Lorne and Ursula call in experienced house trucker Kerry Neufeld and his team to move the 100-ton station. It looks in great condition, but it's not long before they discover that the foundations have collapsed and there's a fragile floor. Will Ursula and Lorne's century old dream home survive a cross-country trek to reach the new plot intact?

Friday
Jan 29
8:30am | 7:30c
Season 3, Episode 9

Canalside Cruise

To house all their treasured belongings, a couple in Seattle has built the biggest floating mansion in the city. But launching the 150-tonne aquatic home is a massive hurdle requiring two colossal cranes and a team of tugboats.

Tuesday
Nov 15
8:30am | 7:30c
Season 3, Episode 13

Minnesota Mansion

A couple have eight idyllic acres in Minnesota where they envision the perfect weekend retreat for their growing family. They've found a 100-year-old farmhouse. But the only problem is the massive house is 65 miles away on the flood-prone banks of the Red River. It's an ambitious mission across rolling hills, but supersize house movers say they're up to the job.

Tuesday
Nov 15
10:30am | 9:30c
Season 3, Episode 2

Ocean Odyssey.

After dreaming about moving to Vancouver Island, a couple finally finds a beautiful century home in Victoria. The only problem is the property they want to move it to is 150 miles to the north. Too large to take by road, their team of expert movers hatches a daring plan. After loading the structure onto a barge, they undertake a 48 hour sea voyage through treacherous narrows and open water.

Tuesday
Mar 14
4:30am | 3:30c
Season 3, Episode 8

Shackless in Seattle

A family in Seattle has found the perfect starter home for their daughter. But the 90-year-old building is on the wrong side of the city and that means a huge headache for the haulers. With help from a tugboat crew, they sail the house around downtown's treacherous traffic. But back on dry land, disaster looms as the wheels threaten to come off the daughter's dream home.

Friday
Mar 17
4:30am | 3:30c

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