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  • kejwa
    In photographs of Chicago Park, there seems to be a framework on the dock of the Fruit Shed for supporting a canvas cover. Is this what it was used for? In
    Message 1 of 1 , Jun 6, 2002
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      In photographs of Chicago Park, there seems to be a framework on the
      dock of the Fruit Shed for supporting a canvas cover. Is this what
      it was used for?

      In addition, in Best's book, there is a photograph taken from beyond
      the water tank of one of the excursion trains at Chicago Park. In
      the photograph, it appears the fruit shed dock has been extended out
      beyond where the siding was to the mainline.

      A friend and I have been debating whether this is the actual fruit
      shed dock or if it's some of the excursion cars on the siding with
      the framework for the canvas showing in the photograph. Anyone have
      any info on this?

      Thanks for any enlightenment!

      Also, any updates on the Museum opening in July?

      Thanks!
      keith
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