Just Another Tuesday at Railtown

Rain or shine, Tuesdays are a big day at Railtown 1897 State Historic Park.  Volunteers swarm, and lots of work gets done by paid and volunteer staff alike.  Just a few snapshots of what has been happening today. . .
Maintenance Worker Danny Taylor, with Volunteers Mike Rainwater and David Deutch, installing our new entrance sign.

Maintenance Worker Danny Taylor, with Volunteers Mike Rainwater and David Deutch, installing our new entrance sign.

Volunteer John Stier working on universal joint on our "vintage" Hyster forklift.

Volunteer John Stier working on universal joint on our "vintage" Hyster forklift.

 

Restoration worker Erik Young welding on the tender truck frame for the Sierra #3.

Restoration worker Erik Young welding on the tender truck frame for the Sierra #3.

 

Volunteer David Ethier consolidating primered truck parts for the Sierra #3 in anticipation of assembly.

Volunteer David Ethier consolidating primered truck parts for the Sierra #3 in anticipation of assembly.

 

Volunteer Rick Willson machining pins for Sierra #3.

Volunteer Rick Willson machining pins for Sierra #3.

Volunteer Gary Hosman putting finishing touches on new window frame for the Caboose #7 restoration.

Volunteer Gary Hosman putting finishing touches on new window frame for the Caboose #7 restoration.

Just another Tuesday at Railtown!

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