This is what the plank looks like after it is
pulled from one of the mother structures.
It is then cleaned and shrink-wrapped twice
and the picture/description at the
top of the page is attached to the wrap.
This is the typical inscription put on the
back of the wood.
This is #5 and there are 25 planks left.
If you like, a different inscription can be done.
The pieces sit under the looming Cafe as
it releases its history into the wild.
Side view of the cafe column. You can see
the watermark over the last 15 years.
The wood to the left is what is being
disassembled and sold.
This piece I kept together.
Keeping it at home.
Side view of the Whistle Stop Cafe
after the wood planks were taken off.