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King Street Station 7.5.10 website updatePresentation Transcript
Phase 2 Update Interior Rehabilitation July 12, 2010
2nd floor: View north towards Jackson Plaza entrance. Partitions removed, restoring open floor plan.
2nd floor: View south from Jackson Plaza entrance through opened office space toward balcony onto 1st floor.
2nd floor: Another view of what was originally open office space looking to the east.
2nd floor: This view to the southeast shows the old office area with partitions and hanging ceilings removed.
2nd floor: This ornate plaster ceiling adorns the hallway of the 2nd floor balcony that once looked down onto the Station’s main waiting area.
3rd floor: A southeast view with fourth floor attic exposed.
3rd floor: Southeasterly view including fourth floor attic. Covered skylights shown in roof peak.
3rd floor: View to the southwest with newly installed fourth floor catwalk exposed.
3rd floor: Rectangular stairway to exposed 4th floor catwalk.
3rd floor: View of the only stairway to the 4th floor catwalk.
4thfloor: A northeast view from the attic toward the fourth floor stairway.
4thfloor: Attic looking southeast from the entrance with close-up of Station roof and closed skylights.
4thfloor: Attic to the south looking down the length of the building.
4thfloor: Another attic view to the southwest.
4thfloor: Moving along the attic catwalk to the west, a view southeast.
4thfloor: A close-up view of the massive steel roof support structure.
4thfloor: Looking northwest both legs of the roof can be seen, a shorter one west (left) and the longer length of the building to the north (right).
4thfloor: Looking north there is a clear view along the length of the building.
4thfloor: Seen from the northwest, the skylight shafts once brought light to the third floor. Alterations through the years made the extremely heavy, plaster shafts dangerously unstable requiring removal.
3rdfloor: Looking south the bottom of the skylight shafts once brought light into this third floor hallway.
3rdfloor: From the southwest this close up shows the darkened shaft where the skylight was long ago closed at the roof.
Scaffolding is erected in preparation for skylight shaft demolition.
4thfloor: A close-up view of where the original skylights were sealed.