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Faith Bemiss | DemocratLoren Lockman, owner of Double L Windmills in Murdock, Neb., does some last minute mechanical adjustments to the Aeromotor windmill head Tuesday morning at Trails End Plaza on the Missouri State Fairgrounds. Lockman was working with W & M Welding Inc., and B & P Excavating, both of Sedalia, installing the windmill as part of the Trails End Project. Later in the day the windmill head would be attached to a 40-foot wooden base.
Faith Bemiss | DemocratLoren Lockman, owner of Double L Windmills in Murdock, Neb., does some last minute mechanical adjustments to the Aeromotor windmill head Tuesday morning at Trails End Plaza on the Missouri State Fairgrounds. Lockman was working with W & M Welding Inc., and B & P Excavating, both of Sedalia, installing the windmill as part of the Trails End Project. Later in the day the windmill head would be attached to a 40-foot wooden base.
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Faith Bemiss | Democrat


Loren Lockman, owner of Double L Windmills in Murdock, Neb., does some last minute mechanical adjustments to the Aeromotor windmill head Tuesday morning at Trails End Plaza on the Missouri State Fairgrounds. Lockman was working with W & M Welding Inc., and B & P Excavating, both of Sedalia, installing the windmill as part of the Trails End Project. Later in the day the windmill head would be attached to a 40-foot wooden base.


Faith Bemiss | Democrat


Driving the Sky Track, to left, and steadying the windmill base is Rocky Steffen of W & M Welding. The 40-foot wooden base was lifted by crane, on right, to four concrete pads where it would later be anchored down.


Faith Bemiss | Democrat


Steffen, on left, and Lockman steady the wooden base as it’s lowered onto the concrete support pads, Tuesday morning.


 
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