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    GALLERY: Gardiner Salvage - Photo by Kevin Bennett | of | Share this photo

    Brett Trefethen of Barn Boards and More last week inspects a second floor room, where wood is being reclaimed by his company at 18 Dennis St. in Gardiner, the former estate of Frank E. Boston.

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    Workers employed by Barn Boards and More salvage wood molding and boards last week from 18 Dennis St. in Gardiner, the former estate of Frank E. Boston.

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    A worker employed by Barn Boards and More removes a door last week on the second floor of 18 Dennis St. in Gardiner, the former estate of Frank E. Boston.

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    Brett Trefethen, owner of Barn Boards and More, inspects a set of building plans last week that were discovered while his workers were salvaging wood molding and boards from 18 Dennis St. in Gardiner.

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    As a long day of salvage winds down, J.T. Stevens test drives an antique exercise bike in the attic of 18 Dennis St. in Gardiner. Barn Boards and More have been salvaging wood molding and boards from the former estate of Frank E. Boston before the building is demolished. Watching is Amy Trefethen, co-owner of Barn Boards and More.

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    Dave Setchell, a worker with Barn Boards and More, removes kitchen cabinets at 18 Dennis St. in Gardiner, the former estate of Frank E. Boston.

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    GALLERY: Gardiner Salvage - Photo by Kevin Bennett | of | Share this photo

    Brett Trefethen, owner of Barn Boards and More, inspects water damage to the second floor of 18 Dennis St. in Gardiner, the former estate of Frank E. Boston. Trefethen is salvaging wood molding and boards from the estate before it is torn down.

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    GALLERY: Gardiner Salvage - Photo by Kevin Bennett | of | Share this photo

    A wooden Lions International sign is just one of many wooden artifacts removed by Brett Trefethen, owner of Barn Boards and More, as the company salvages as much as possible before the historic estate of Frank E. Boston at 18 Dennis St. in Gardiner is torn down.

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    GALLERY: Gardiner Salvage - Photo courtesy of Penobscot Marine Museum | of | Share this photo

    This photo from the Eastern Illustrating & Publishing Co. Collection shows the Boston residence in Gardiner, which was built in 1903.

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