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 Posted: Fri Feb 21st, 2020 12:21 am
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CHUCKEY, TN  DEPOT REBUILT IN JONESBOURGH, TN

 


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CHUCKEY, TN DEPOT REBUILT IN JONESBOURGH, TN





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CHUCKEY TN DEPOT BEFORE DISASSEMBLED AND REBUILT IN JONESBOURGH, TN





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Cool looking depot, but would be a real bear to scratchbuild,

with that winged out hip roof and those oval roof vents....

I am definitely not that ambitious.

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Me either.

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Hi Charlie


It looks as though they did a great job moving & restoring that building

Must have been quite a task & a complicated project for sure


Thanks for the interesting before & after photos


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Tileguy wrote: 
would be a real bear to scratchbuild,


Funny, that's exactly my thought when I saw the photos.

Really neat looking depot, so good that they moved and preserved it!




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Other then the 24 roof braces

(or whatever they are called),

the building is pretty straight to build.

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A lovely looking depot,

it’s great to know the depot has been preserved.


Thanks for sharing.





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Kevin

Our hobby needs more of the preservation of our old RR buildings.


My local depot is a disgrace to be seen.

Windows boarded up and the building beginning to fall apart.


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