Carousel cupola lifted into place

October 23, 2013 

Workers from CRF Metal Works in Pasco are working Wednesday morning to attach the first of 12 support beams for the Carousel of Dreams presented by Gesa Credit Union near Southridge in Kennewick. The beams are 42 feet long and the cupola is 25 feet long. The carousel is expected to be open in January.

BOB BRAWDY — Tri-City Herald

Workers from CRF Metal Works in Pasco are working Wednesday morning to attach the first of 12 support beams for the Carousel of Dreams presented by Gesa Credit Union near Southridge in Kennewick.

The beams are 42 feet long and the cupola is 25 feet long and weighs about 8,500 pounds.

The carousel is expected to be open in January.

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