Album: MP459 - Hancock

Looking north at new Hancock Elevator arrangement. Bins closest to the spur used to be on the aisle side of the original elevator structure, but were increased in height and moved to the back to allow the benchwork to be skinnied down. Hillside on the right was cut back, and taller bins were moved back further to accommodate the new arrangement. The entire structure was painted with Rustoleum Flat Aluminum.
By: Joe Atkinson

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Looking north at new Hancock Elevator arrangement. Bins closest to the spur used to be on the aisle side of the original elevator structure, but were increased in height and moved to the back to allow the benchwork to be skinnied down. Hillside on the right was cut back, and taller bins were moved back further to accommodate the new arrangement. The entire structure was painted with Rustoleum Flat Aluminum.
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