82 feet high? I don't think that will fit under the trolley wire! But seriously, kudos to all of you who work on this and the other cars.
#1 David S on 2015-04-20 15:09
Hello Dave Well.... Yes, your right. I always try and edit everything I print but sometimes my eyes miss things. This time it was two little apostrophes and it sure makes a BIG difference. Thanks for bring it to my attention. Roger
#1.1 Roger Kramer on 2015-04-20 19:33
What is to be done with all of the holes in the roof where the rusted out metal has been removed?
#2 Kirk Warner on 2015-04-21 09:42
Hello Kirk.. We plan to cover holes with large plates as we did in previous restorations like the Dover. Some plates have been temporary installed but need to be removed. Correct spacing of holes will be drilled and then plate will be caulked and secured in place to stop any future water leakage. No easy task! Each new plate will take about 100 holes. Many drills and fasteners for that project will be used. Roger
#2.1 Roger Kramer on 2015-04-24 12:54
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