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Water Tower Nears Completion

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Topic: Water Tower Nears Completion
Posted By: PhilC
Subject: Water Tower Nears Completion
Date Posted: Nov 26 2011 at 12:18am
The new water tower at the front of the compound got it's skin and top today. Maxwell Reeve, who is doing this project for his BSA Eagle Scout service project,  and his team of volunteers, cut up some redwood tongue and groove pieces to build the outside of the water tower tank and nailed them into place around the water tower. They also built the roof and put down the first layer of tar paper. They will shingle the roof at another date.

Here are a few photos showing the project as of Friday, November 25th, 2011.

Water tower construction outer shell

Putting the roof on:

Putting the roof on the water tower

Maxwell and his project.

Maxwell Reeve

It won't be long before we install the tank and plumb it up to give clean water to our steam locomotives. Great job Maxwell and the members of BSA Troop 586. We really appreciate your hard work.


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