September 1, 2004
It looks like the people doing the demolition work may mave cut and removed the pipes for the roof drains by mistake. Also the safety valve vents had drains that would have been removed with the boilers and steam pipes. If the roof is leaking around the vents then these drains are no longer there to catch it if it is running down the outside of the vent pipes. The place likely needs to have these pipes removed and a lot of roof patching and repairs. There was a lot of roof repairs done before the plant closed in about 1980 but thats 25 years ago now. Doesn't seem that long ago .. I was about 25 when I worked at the Hearn.
Not sure which way is up -- or down for that matter. Nice composition
Wonderful; it's like it goes on forever.
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