Workshed Restoration

The following is the restoration project as told by the Operation: Evil Dead Uproot founder and the restoration engineer of the Workshed project.

 

As you can see below, I finished the framing for the Workshed and have started adding the original wood onto the frame just as it was found in the woods of Wadesboro on the original set. Check back for updates. I will be adding new photos as I progress. Side A is complete. Notice the rotted planks towards the back on the bottom. This was because the workshed was built into a hillside originally. Notice the discoloration on the planks where the soil line was. Where you see rot and no wood at all is where it was buried in the ground for 30+ years.

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