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THE LAST BUILDING AT PACKERTON YARDS

SUPPORTING PHOTOGRAPHS-4


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Photo-5  View of one of the column supports for the superstructure. [ Back ]


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Photo-6 This image was painted on the north side of stairwell-1 sometime in the 1990's.
The artist who painted this image of former President Ronald Reagan is unknown. This image was painted after the boiler and compressor were removed form the first floor.


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Photo-6A  View looking south towards south wall. Image of President Ronald Reagan can be seen in the far rear right.


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Photo-6B This is area  looking towards the east wall, south wall is on the right. This area once held the compressor, their cement bases were left in the area.

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Photo-6C This view is looking north. Stairwell-1 and the west wall are to the left. In the foreground are the bases for the boiler. The smokestack and the image of President Reagan are to the right of the corner in the foreground.

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Photo-7  Bottom of double-door opening in the center of the south wall. The wooden floors were replace by concrete likely when the compressor was put into the building.
Notice the space between the metal plates where narrow gauge tracks, for moving objects on carts, once were.

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Photo-8 View towards east wall showing the wood flooring. It had been replaced in many places.

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Photo-9 View into passageway of Stairwell-2. Entrance door through west wall is on the left, steps to second floor are on the right.
Window in west wall let light into stairwell-2 through an opening in the wall on right in passageway. Part of the molding of this opening is discernible just above center right in this photo.


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