Train museum gets roof replacement


Jerry (right) and Daniel (left) Gingerich, of Gingerich Construction, start work on the vintage slate roof of the Gallipolis Freight Train Museum on Third Avenue Monday. Museum board members estimate the work on the roof to take between two to three weeks. Old slate will be removed and replaced with donated slate.


Dean Wright | Daily Tribune

Jerry (right) and Daniel (left) Gingerich, of Gingerich Construction, start work on the vintage slate roof of the Gallipolis Freight Train Museum on Third Avenue Monday. Museum board members estimate the work on the roof to take between two to three weeks. Old slate will be removed and replaced with donated slate.

Jerry (right) and Daniel (left) Gingerich, of Gingerich Construction, start work on the vintage slate roof of the Gallipolis Freight Train Museum on Third Avenue Monday. Museum board members estimate the work on the roof to take between two to three weeks. Old slate will be removed and replaced with donated slate.
http://mydailytribune.aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/42/2017/07/web1_DSC_0339.jpgJerry (right) and Daniel (left) Gingerich, of Gingerich Construction, start work on the vintage slate roof of the Gallipolis Freight Train Museum on Third Avenue Monday. Museum board members estimate the work on the roof to take between two to three weeks. Old slate will be removed and replaced with donated slate. Dean Wright | Daily Tribune