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Antique Trestle Wood Bar – 2021 – The bar cabinets were made using salvaged pine wood used in the construction of the railroad trestle bridges built in the 1880s to span the shallows of the Great Salt Lake in Utah. The wood has a great rustic patina. The wood for front of the bar is cut from the 8″ x 8″ beams from the trestle bridges and still has the holes where the trestle parts were bolted together. I decided to route a mountain scene into the front of the bar with snow capped mountains, a river and some wildlife. The bar countertop and shelves are pine slabs up to 3″ thick for the bar and pinned together with walnut bow tie inserts. The back bar is done in marble tiles and has a functional sink. The 8 page story of how the wood was originally used for the bridge construction, salvaged after it was replaced with modern materials and re-purposed is framed and mounted on the wall above the bar.

90″L x 63″D x 36″H

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Joe’s woodworking is outstanding. I had the pleasure to meet him at St. Jane, were he created wonderful pieces for the church and chapel.

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The blog was set up using WordPress 6.1.1

This is a free blog site that you can set up yourself if you have a little experience. I have none so it was set up by my son. I just add posts that show my woodworking projects.

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