Cleveland Depot Restoration Progress, part 9

The following restoration photos were taken between 4/3/12 and 4/11/12. These photos focus mainly on the new roof installation. The depot, when originally constructed in 1910, supported a clay tile roof. Because of the age of the building and its structural integrity, a simulated terra cotta tile roof fabricated from aluminum had to be used. The appearance similarities between the simulated roofing and clay tile are nearly undetectable. The interior walls have all been prepared for painting. Work is now progressing on the installation of ceiling crown molding as well as wall tongue and groove wainscoting. The new floor has also been installed in the break room.


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