For those who have been following the C-145 sweeper restoration progress through our posts, we have an exciting new feature. Videographer Operator Logan has started documenting the work for his YouTube channel. You can see the first episode by clicking here.
Work is continuing on Philadelphia sweeper C-145 at the Baltimore Streetcar Museum, as described in recent posts. Here is a description from one of the latest work sessions, accompanied by photographs:
“We did more sanding and removed the rest of the plexiglass windows. We also removed all the panels under the windows for new window seals could be installed. Finally we started priming the beams and wood we could get to that isnt being replaced before the panels go on the car.”
Matthew E. Nawn has adopted the 1923 Brill as his Eagle Scout project, raising funds for an exterior repainting and refinishing of the car, which has been stored outside.
To assist in the work, you can contact Matthew directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. Monetary donations can be sent to FPT, but please use the email provided.
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