Sunday, October 17
Video Coming Soon
You can watch as the building is moved into the street from its location on Main and Santiam, down the street, across the railroad tracks and on to it's new home.
This is the route they took:
The route's the same, only the date was changed.
Here are the details:
Our mover, Emmert International, met on site for a safety meeting at 7:00 am. The move process started shortly afterwards. It took them 1-2 hours to move the building into position on the street and then 3-4 hours to get down Santiam, over the railroad tracks and out of the street. After that, they paused for the day. This saved further labor costs, due to the Sunday work.
On Monday, the Cumberland was moved across the corner of the ReStore property to its new home on Pine & Santiam. It was rotated into final position by winch.
Video clips are available on Facebook
The next step is the foundation. The building will be set in place when that is completed.
And then restoration can begin in earnest!
The historic Cumberland building has moved to its new home. You are invited to watch history via drone footage - coming soon!
completed on Monday, October 18
( But you can still help!)
Official MOVE Date:
If you missed it, check out the coverage in the Democrat Herald newspaper on Monday morning, October 18
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