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Friday, January 13, 2012

Deck beams on Delaware are done plus new tie rods

The new deck beams are complete.

Jenn makes a few final adjustments

Delaware's big engine is covered up nicely while restoration is being done.

Jenn fine-tunes one of Delaware's deck beam on the ship saw.

Ken and Mike cranking the tie rod.
New beefed-up tie rod should keep the carlins more steady along Delaware's cabin.

1 comment:

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