17 Photos - Oct 5, 2013
Photo: Art Morris laying out the flexible drain pipe in the ditch we will fill in.   HALS Work Day 2013-1005 RPWPhoto: Bill Howe digging holes, Ken Smith attaching re-bar, and David James.   HALS Work Day 2013-1005 RPWPhoto: Ken Smith attaching the re-bar drive to the mechanism.   HALS Work Day 2013-1005 RPWPhoto: Bill Howe digging holes for the support.   HALS Work Day 2013-1005 RPWPhoto: Bill Howe and Ken Smith   HALS Work Day 2013-1005 RPWPhoto: Bill Howe and Ken Smith   HALS Work Day 2013-1005 RPWPhoto: Ken Smith getting the switch points to throw.   HALS Work Day 2013-1005 RPWPhoto: Bill Howe trying to hammer in the plastic lumber support for the re-bar.   HALS Work Day 2013-1005 RPWPhoto: Art Morris stretching out the drain pipe in the ditch.   HALS Work Day 2013-1005 RPWPhoto: David James   HALS Work Day 2013-1005 RPWPhoto: Ed Rains explaining his lift mechanism for concrete tie track panels.   HALS Work Day 2013-1005 RPWPhoto: Ed showing how you can manually allign the panel about 6 inches.   HALS Work Day 2013-1005 RPWPhoto: HALS Work Day 2013-1005 RPWPhoto: Norman Beveridge showing how to change from the single chain for placement of panels to the dual chain for carrying panels.   HALS Work Day 2013-1005 RPWPhoto: Norman Beveridge hooking up the dual chain used to carry concrete track panels.   HALS Work Day 2013-1005 RPWPhoto: One support that goes under the rails is out of place.   HALS Work Day 2013-1005 RPWPhoto: Dual chain mode installed and track panel ready to be carried to the job site.   HALS Work Day 2013-1005 RPW