Posted by: David Giacalone | October 15, 2021

new fence at Lawrence Circle

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Lawrence Circle and its treasured occupant had not been protected by a fence since its very damaged wrought iron structure was removed on December 27, 2020. (See bottom of this posting for a few images telling the story.) Fortunately, on October 16, 2021, a crew from Armando & Sons Ironworks and I happened to pass by with a camera.  Above and below are a few of the images of the almost-completed wrought iron fence. (Click on a photo for a full, larger version.)

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The new fence is very similar in appearance to the prior one: simple, clean lines, and I like it. Here are two shots of the prior fence in wintry scenes.

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Why did Lawrence need a new fence?

See photos below, Left to Right: Lots of snow at the end of December 2020, led to sufficient destruction of the fence on Dec. 25-26, 2020 (Gazette photo) to require its removal on December 27, 2020; and then an attempt to keep plows from pushing more snow against Lawrence while unprotected by his fence.


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