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Rivetting 101
Sarah and Richard are the first to arrive at the party. This is how you hang wood with your eyes at half mast. Not sure if they had breakfast, but they eventually wake up.
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Trolley Interior
The original solid mahogany benches face each other so you can talk, gawk and make faces at each other. Hand straps allow 16 additional standing friends in addition to the 21 who got in first to grab a seat. Brass railings and an updated sound system with Ipod dock complete the environment. No face forward school bus seating in here.
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Rear Curbside View
The rear exit closes securely for a safe trip away from your special event. Just smile and wave...
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Rear Streetside View
Brass rails, beautiful mahogany, and more brass rails. Waving to your friends and loved ones from the balcony as you head into your next adventure is one classy way to make an exit.
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Now we are in business!
The Louisville Trolley artwork comes in and gets added on. This was one of those "Wow! We are really gonna make it." moments. See all those dots? yup.. we are getting down to the Brass Tacks (buttons?) whatever.. Molly has 500 brass earrings. Classy! or Goth, or more TMI.
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Front Streetside View
Molly is a classic Toonerville II complete with original mahogany wood trim outside and in, brass buttons, lamp house, and bell. How fun is that?
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Oohh.... Shiny!!!!
We reattached the side brass which has been cleaned, polished and lacquered. This keeps getting 'purtyer and purtyer'.
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Woody and the Drill
Look! Woody is drilling holes in that beautifully finished wood post!! Well..... actually he is down crawling under the seats drilling holes in the floor to mount the benches that will allow us to seat four more passengers when the handicapped spaces are not needed. He came up for air and posed so you would think he was working. (He really was working hard. See the flushed face?) Now you know the rest of the story.
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Door detail work
The back door had to be carefully restored. Ralph did the wood repair work and Andrew is doing the finish work. See firefighters do all kinds of good things.
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Cardinal Express
One of the really cool things about this is that all of the original signage (from 1987, the year after the Louisville Cardinals won the National Basketball Campionship) is still with the Trolley. We even have the Cardinal Express destination sign. What a great way to show off your pride in the Cards and Lady Cards. One day (when we grow up) we want to carry the Cards in the Derby Parade.
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