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September 16th- Cor-O-Gator Comes to Life

posted Sep 18, 2016, 9:53 AM by Sue Line RailRoad   [ updated Sep 18, 2016, 10:00 AM ]
After being a silent presence in Lake Hamilton for over 20 years, the Cor-O-Gator Box Company finally came to life with an LED lighting by Sue Line Crew member David Colvin.


We can see the difference in the Cor-O-Gator rotating sign in this after (above, left) and before (above, right) photos.


Here we see the front loading dock in a before (above, left) and after (below, right) photo. The addition of the outside light on the sign makes a difference in the scene.


Here we see the north end of the building in a before (above, left) and after (above, right) view. The addition of interior lighting can be clearly seen.


The back loading area and storage in before (above, left) and after (above, right) photos shows the effect of adding interior lighting and photo backdrops inside the building.


The effect of interior lighting and photo backdrops is even more pronounced in the black and white photo (above) taken at night.


Again, the effects of interior lighting and photo backdrops can be seen in this area of the building.


Sometimes the addition of a single outside light (above, left) or a single inside light (above, right) can bring life to an otherwise bland scene.


The overall effect of adding interior and exterior lighting can be seen in the before (above, top) and after (above, bottom) photos of the Cor-O-Gator Box Company.  What a difference an afternoon can make in a structure that set dormant for over 20 years.

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