The restoration of the Phyllis A

Hi Joey,

The restoration of the Phyllis A continues in earnest at Gloucester Marine Railway.  This week the iconic red pilot house, spars, and engine were removed.  She is being lightened up before coming off the rails and then picked up on the big blue travel lift.   There is a spot waiting for the Phyllis A in the parking lot, so she can have more extensive work done without tying up the railway.    We are actively seeking volunteers to help with her restoration and to help with mailing and other office type work too.  Please come by the Steel Drive behind Fosters on Saturday 8-4 to help support the Phyllis A’s restoration, while getting rid of your unwanted steel.    

Mary Barker

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