Jamestown Street Railway
Trolley Car #93
Restoration Project

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PROGRESS 2014 PG 2
  • October 2014, scraping...

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  • October 2014, and sanding...

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  • October 2014, Bob strips and polishes the metal window frames.

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  • October 2014, Sunshine trolley art.

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  • October 2014, Thank you again to Fancher Chair for providing the wood to replace the window sills.

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  • October 2014, Jim makes multiple cuts and shapes the ash pieces into the proper configuration for the sills, and puts them in place.

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  • October 2014, A trip to Jamestown Boiler / Jamestown Steel Service Center brought yet another generous donation
    of steel panels for #93!. Jim and Bob line up the front panel.

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  • October 2014, Jim aligns the side panels.

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  • October 2014, A thing of beauty...

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  • November 2014, Destination sign frame and headlight are mounted for fit.

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  • November 2014, Large front center window glass repair donated by Jamestown Glass Service, very nice job, and we set it in for display.
    Temporary destination sign also added for show.

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  • December 2014, Fastenal, Falconer NY has been discounting our hardware purchases regularly. Our most recent attempt to purchase was met with this
    generous donation of over $100 special order hardware.Thank You to Fastenal and their most helpful employees.

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  • December 2014, Jim installs the formed canvas top tack strip corner pieces he made.

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  • December 2014, Jim starts working to smooth the roof deck out, working on the inside roof and lighting supports.

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  • December 2014, Roof looking good, now to find some canvas....

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  • December 2014, Jim pieces in bits of mahogany damaged during a hunting camp "remuddle".

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  • December 2014, Hanson Signs comes through again. Employee time, company supplies, services, and facility use
    donated to the trolley effort, gets our side panels cleaned and primed. Thank you Gene Aversa.

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  • December 2014, Jim and Bob get the primed panels loaded up and back to the train station.

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  • December 2014, Trolley looked naked withouth the panels.

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  • December 2014, Panels go back on, flesh tone or peachy pink... FYI, it is just the primer.

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  • December 2014, Panels back on and ready for 2015!

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GO TO NEXT.

GO BACK TO MAIN.