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Chuck Trabert vacs loose rust from Dynamometer door frame - Photo by Pauline Trabert
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The stainless steel patch is in place - Photo by Michael McCraren
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Stainless steel is drilled - Photo by Michael McCraren
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The bottom of the door is ready for the patch - Photo by Michael McCraren
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Ray Mormann and Mike Baksic work on the door bottom - Photo by Michael McCraren
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Chuck Trabert vacs loose rust from Dynamometer door frame - Photo by Pauline Trabert - Pauline Trabert (trabert)
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The stainless steel patch is in place - Photo by Michael McCraren - Pauline Trabert (trabert)
Viewed: 11 times.
Stainless steel is drilled - Photo by Michael McCraren - Pauline Trabert (trabert)
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The bottom of the door is ready for the patch - Photo by Michael McCraren - Pauline Trabert (trabert)
Viewed: 8 times.
Ray Mormann and Mike Baksic work on the door bottom - Photo by Michael McCraren - Pauline Trabert (trabert)
Viewed: 6 times.
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Mike Baksic cleans up to area to be patched - Photo by Michael McCraren
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Mark Gellman removes rusted bottom of door - Photo by Michael McCraren
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South side number board on the Pacific Peak completed - Photo by Michael McCraren
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More sealant was applied and smoothed - Photo by Michael McCraren
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A glass plate was inserted - Photo by Michael McCraren
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Mike Baksic cleans up to area to be patched - Photo by Michael McCraren - Pauline Trabert (trabert)
Viewed: 7 times.
Mark Gellman removes rusted bottom of door - Photo by Michael McCraren - Pauline Trabert (trabert)
Viewed: 7 times.
South side number board on the Pacific Peak completed - Photo by Michael McCraren - Pauline Trabert (trabert)
Viewed: 8 times.
More sealant was applied and smoothed - Photo by Michael McCraren - Pauline Trabert (trabert)
Viewed: 7 times.
A glass plate was inserted - Photo by Michael McCraren - Pauline Trabert (trabert)
Viewed: 7 times.
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A layer of sealant was applied - Photo by Michael McCraren
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Numbers were added to the Pacific Peak south side number board - Photo by Michael McCraren
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Closer shot of Mark grinding the surface smooth - Photo by Shelly Vanderschaegen
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Mark demonstrates grinding - Photo by Shelly Vanderschaegen
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Mark Hoffmann has been needle chipping and grinding in the RI 2602 - Photo by Shelly Vanderschaegen
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A layer of sealant was applied - Photo by Michael McCraren - Pauline Trabert (trabert)
Viewed: 9 times.
Numbers were added to the Pacific Peak south side number board - Photo by Michael McCraren - Pauline Trabert (trabert)
Viewed: 9 times.
Closer shot of Mark grinding the surface smooth - Photo by Shelly Vanderschaegen - Pauline Trabert (trabert)
Viewed: 9 times.
Mark demonstrates grinding - Photo by Shelly Vanderschaegen - Pauline Trabert (trabert)
Viewed: 7 times.
Mark Hoffmann has been needle chipping and grinding in the RI 2602 - Photo by Shelly Vanderschaegen - Pauline Trabert (trabert)
Viewed: 9 times.
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The new door as seen from inside the Birmingham - Photo by Jon Habegger
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The closed door seen from inside the vestibule - Photo by Jon Habegger
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The new door opening into the Birmingham - Photo by Jon Habegger
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A door has been modified to fit the Birmingham vestibule on the kitchen end - Photo by Jon Habegger
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Michael masked the area painted black on the south side and sprayed on the yellow paint - Photo by Michael McCraren
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The new door as seen from inside the Birmingham - Photo by Jon Habegger - Pauline Trabert (trabert)
Viewed: 8 times.
The closed door seen from inside the vestibule - Photo by Jon Habegger - Pauline Trabert (trabert)
Viewed: 11 times.
The new door opening into the Birmingham - Photo by Jon Habegger - Pauline Trabert (trabert)
Viewed: 9 times.
A door has been modified to fit the Birmingham vestibule on the kitchen end - Photo by Jon Habegger - Pauline Trabert (trabert)
Viewed: 10 times.
Michael masked the area painted black on the south side and sprayed on the yellow paint - Photo by Michael McCraren - Pauline Trabert (trabert)
Viewed: 21 times.
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Michael McCraren painted the area yellow with UP model railroad paint - Photo by Michael McCraren
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After some clean up, the area was primed - Photo by Michael McCraren
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A one inch wide band of yellow was discovered which was a surprise - Photo by Michael McCraren
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Mark Gellman drilling out the pop rivets and removing the panel - Photo by Michael McCraren
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Pacific Peak north side original number board covered with a panel - Photo by Michael McCraren
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Michael McCraren painted the area yellow with UP model railroad paint - Photo by Michael McCraren - Pauline Trabert (trabert)
Viewed: 22 times.
After some clean up, the area was primed - Photo by Michael McCraren - Pauline Trabert (trabert)
Viewed: 16 times.
A one inch wide band of yellow was discovered which was a surprise - Photo by Michael McCraren - Pauline Trabert (trabert)
Viewed: 19 times.
Mark Gellman drilling out the pop rivets and removing the panel - Photo by Michael McCraren - Pauline Trabert (trabert)
Viewed: 19 times.
Pacific Peak north side original number board covered with a panel - Photo by Michael McCraren - Pauline Trabert (trabert)
Viewed: 17 times.
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