New Roof for the Hopewell Depot

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New Roof for the Hopewell Depot

Postby Bernard Rudberg » Tue Nov 16, 2010 12:23 am

The new roof trusses for the Hopewell Junction Depot have arrived. As soon as all the red tape paperwork is cleared we will be doing some serious roof work.

Meanwhile we can prepare for the construction work. We plan to start preparations on Saturday 11/20 by setting up scaffolding and begin removing old soffits. We particularly need volunteers with some construction experience but others can help as well.

All volunteers will need to wear hard hats, N-100 face mask, goggles, and gloves for removing old soffit and roof materials.
If you don’t have these items, they are available at Williams Lumber in Hopewell Junction and also at Home Depot. A limited number of masks will be available at the depot on Saturday.

In addition the volunteers will need to sign a waiver form. The form is attached to this note. Please print it out, fill it in and bring it with you on Saturday or forms will be available at the depot on Saturday.

After years of preparation and work we are finally getting a roof on the depot. Now is the time when we need volunteers the most.
Please join us on Saturday 8:30 AM, 11/20 at the Hopewell Junction Depot on the former Maybrook line in Dutchess County, NY.

Let me know if you will be volunteering on Saturday. BRudberg@optonline.net

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Re: New Roof for the Hopewell Depot

Postby Bernard Rudberg » Sat Dec 04, 2010 11:52 pm

We had another good day of preparation for the new roof on the Hopewell depot. The county has been busy laying out a new parking area next to the building. Today’s work removed the overhang on the north side of the building. We also removed most of the sheathing and some of the old rafters on the north side of the roof. Most of the structure is put together with square cut nails.

While removing the roof sheathing we discovered some of the original 1873 slate. The original roof was slate to prevent fires from sparks out of the steam engine smokestacks. We are also getting closer to solving the question about how the beveled roof ends are supported. Today we opened up one end to shoot photos of the construction. The 1873 engineering must have been good because the roof stood up under the storms and snow load for 137 years. Lets hope that our work can last for many years too.

We will be watching the weather reports for next Saturday, 12/11/10.
The 10 day forecast says snow and or showers but that can change. If the weather is decent we will do some more work on removing the center section of the old roof.

We need all the help we can get. Some of our volunteers are getting very tired. Come on down and join us on Saturday mornings at 8:30.

For those of you who can’t help with the construction work, you can help by “sponsoring” the project.
We are asking for sponsorships as follows:

The trusses are $100.00 ea. (need 22 trusses)

5/8" plywood sheathing are $20.00 ea. (need 66 sheets)

30 year shingles are $18 per bundle or $72.00 per square (100 sq. ft.) (need 21 square)

30# felt is $10.00 per roll (need 15 rolls)

If you can sponsor any of our needs, send a check to:

Hopewell Depot Restoration Corp.
P O Box 1044
Hopewell Junction, NY
12533-1044

Bernie Rudberg President Hopewell Depot Restoration Inc.

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Re: New Roof for the Hopewell Depot

Postby Bernard Rudberg » Sun Dec 12, 2010 11:55 pm

Where is everybody ?

The weather on Saturday was nice, sunshine and little wind but only two volunteers showed up.
Even so we managed to get about half of the roof center section down.
If the weather holds out, we plan to take down the other half on Saturday 12/18 starting around 8:30.

Last minute paperwork is in process so the plan is to have “Roof Raising” in the week between Christmas and New Years.
With decent weather we will put the new trusses on the roof and add the plywood sheathing plus temporary tar paper.
For that effort we will need a few things.

1. A minimum of five volunteers preferably with some construction experience.

2. A crane or cherry picker to lift the trusses.

3. Reasonable weather.

We need all the help we can get. Some of our volunteers are getting very tired. Come on down and join us on Saturday mornings at 8:30.

We will be watching the weather reports for next Saturday, 12/18/10.

For those of you who can’t help with the construction work, you can help by “sponsoring” the project.
We are asking for sponsorships as follows:

The trusses are $100.00 ea. (need 22 trusses)

5/8" plywood sheathing are $20.00 ea. (need 66 sheets)

30 year shingles are $18 per bundle or $72.00 per square (100 sq. ft.) (need 21 square)

30# felt is $10.00 per roll (need 15 rolls)

If you can sponsor any of our needs, send a check to:

Hopewell Depot Restoration Corp.
P O Box 1044
Hopewell Junction, NY
12533-1044

Bernie Rudberg President Hopewell Depot Restoration Inc.
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Re: New Roof for the Hopewell Depot

Postby Bernard Rudberg » Sat Dec 18, 2010 11:38 pm

The weather turned out to be quite nice today. The temperature was 19 when we started but the sun warmed things up to over 30 by noon time.
The county has been working on the Rail Trail by the building. There are new fences and an extension to the entry road and parking area. People have been using this section of the Rail Trail even though it is not officially open yet.

We had five volunteers today so the work went along quite well. We got the rest of the old roof rafters down and modified the scaffolding in preparation for raising the new roof trusses. With a bit of trim work on top of the walls we will be ready for the new roof. With any kind of luck we will be able “raise the roof” during the week between Christmas and New Years. For that effort we will need a few experienced construction workers plus some people for the “ground crew”. We will send out an E-Mail about the schedule when we get things set up.

1. A minimum of five volunteers with construction experience.

2. A crane or cherry picker to lift the trusses.

3. Reasonable weather.

We need all the help we can get. Some of our volunteers are getting very tired. Come on down and join us mornings at 8:30.

We will be watching the weather reports for Christmas week.

We have started getting donations for the roof materials.
So far we are managing to cover the bills but there will be more needed to finish the roof work.

For those of you who can’t help with the construction work, you can help by “sponsoring” the project.
We are asking for sponsorships as follows:

The trusses are $100.00 ea. (need 22 trusses) (The bill was $2273.07)

5/8" plywood sheathing are $20.00 ea. (need 66 sheets)

30 year shingles are $18 per bundle or $72.00 per square (100 sq. ft.) (need 21 square)

30# felt is $10.00 per roll (need 15 rolls)

If you can sponsor any of our needs, send a check to:

Hopewell Depot Restoration Corp.
P O Box 1044
Hopewell Junction, NY
12533-1044

Bernie Rudberg President Hopewell Depot Restoration Inc.
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Re: New Roof for the Hopewell Depot

Postby Bernard Rudberg » Mon Dec 20, 2010 11:59 pm

Royal Carting donated a large size dumpster. It arrived today and we started filling it.
If you have any free time, stop at the depot and stack some more of the scrap lumber in the dumpster.

Also, we plan to do some work on the top of the walls in preparation for installing the new trusses.
We will start work around 8:30 on Wednesday morning December 22. The job will be measuring,
marking and notching the top edge of the walls for placement of the trusses.
As usual we need volunteers for the job.

We still do not have a crane or cherry picker for lifting the trusses. If you know anybody who has that kind
of equipment, tell them we need help.

We need all the help we can get. Some of our volunteers are getting very tired. Come on down and join us.

We will be watching the weather reports for work during Christmas week.

We have started getting donations for the roof materials.
So far we are managing to cover the bills but there will be more needed to finish the roof work.

For those of you who can’t help with the construction work, you can help by “sponsoring” the project.
We are asking for sponsorships as follows:

The trusses are $100.00 ea. (need 22 trusses) (The bill was $2273.07)

5/8" plywood sheathing are $20.00 ea. (need 66 sheets)

30 year shingles are $18 per bundle or $72.00 per square (100 sq. ft.) (need 21 square)

30# felt is $10.00 per roll (need 15 rolls)
If you can sponsor any of our needs, send a check to:

Hopewell Depot Restoration Corp.
P O Box 1044
Hopewell Junction, NY
12533-1044

Bernie Rudberg President Hopewell Depot Restoration Inc.
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Re: New Roof for the Hopewell Depot

Postby Bernard Rudberg » Thu Dec 23, 2010 10:36 pm

It is cold today with snow flurries but we got some work done anyway. The 2 X 12 headers are in place on top of the walls and the humps in the old walls trimmed off.

Most of the scrap wood is now in the dumpster but there is still some raking to be done.

By the way, The county has installed orange snow fencing along the rail trail parking lot. This is the same kind of fencing that they would not let us install a couple months ago.

We are working on a time/date to have a “roof Raising”. We will let you know when we get things worked out.
We will be watching the weather reports for possible work during Christmas week.

We have started getting donations for the roof materials.
So far we are managing to cover the bills but there will be more needed to finish the roof work.

For those of you who can’t help with the construction work, you can help by “sponsoring” the project.
We are asking for sponsorships as follows:

The trusses are $100.00 ea. (need 22 trusses) (The bill was $2273.07)

5/8" plywood sheathing are $20.00 ea. (need 66 sheets)

30 year shingles are $18 per bundle or $72.00 per square (100 sq. ft.) (need 21 square)

30# felt is $10.00 per roll (need 15 rolls)
If you can sponsor any of our needs, send a check to:

Hopewell Depot Restoration Corp.
P O Box 1044
Hopewell Junction, NY
12533-1044

Bernie Rudberg President Hopewell Depot Restoration Corp.
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Re: New Roof for the Hopewell Depot

Postby Bernard Rudberg » Fri Dec 31, 2010 12:08 am

The recent snowstorm has slowed our progress on the depot roof construction. Of course we have to clean out any remaining snow and maybe shovel some paths.

The next Hopewell Depot work session will be on Monday morning, 3 January, 2011. The plan is to continue finishing the tops of the walls and add metal staging for the new trusses.

There is still some clean up around the scrap wood pile to be loaded into the dumpster.

Around 10:00 AM there will be a reporter there from the Poughkeepsie Journal to take pictures for an article. We need a few good volunteers for the pictures.

We have started getting donations for the roof materials.
So far we are managing to cover the bills but there will be more needed to finish the roof work.

For those of you who can’t help with the construction work, you can help by “sponsoring” the project.
We are asking for sponsorships as follows:



Hopewell Depot Restoration Corp.



P. O. Box 1044

Hopewell Junction

New York, 12533-1044

845-221-9330

Help Save the Hopewell Depot

President: With the cold weather nipping at our heels and 2010 coming to a

Bernard L. Rudberg Retired from IBM close, so is Phase I of the Hopewell Depot Restoration’s effort to

restore the RR Depot located at the south end of the Dutchess

Vice President: Rail Trail. Phase I consisted of replacing damaged sections of the

Richard M. Taylor Retired Contractor frame work of the building built in 1873. We have replaced the

floor & rim joist, sections of exterior & interior walls and to

Secretary: complete Phase I, we need to replace the complete roof structure

Jacqueline Prusak Retired Teacher due to the damage from a fire by vandals in 1986. This final step in this

restoration project has become the most challenging as to cost and

Treasure: volunteer help. We are challenging the public, businesses and

B.L. Rudberg (temp.) municipalities to get involved with saving the last historic building

that paints the history of Hopewell Junction and the development

of the railroad industry.



Our goal is to raise $118,000.00 to complete restoration and furnishing of the Depot and open it to the public in August 2012. We feel this building will become a hub for rail trail users and history buffs and will benefit the surrounding community just as the Walkway Over the Hudson did for Poughkeepsie.

If you are interested in preserving history for future generations, we encourage you to make a generous donation or sponsor a section of the Depot to help save this valuable piece of Americana.



Those that give $500 or more will have their names engraved on a plaque in gathering room

Station Master 1 @ $50,000 ( will receive free life membership, framed engraved slate of Depot, RR Book by Bernie Rudberg) $50,000

Conductor 4 @ $10,000 (will receive engraved slate of Depot and RR book by Bernie Rudberg) $40,000

Train Engineer 4 @$5,000 (will receive RR book by Bernie Rudberg) $20,000

Fireman 6 @$1,000 $6,000

Brakeman 4 @ $500 $2,000

Fundraising goal $118,000



Urgent Needs: Sponsors



Roof work only Windows (12) _____________________________

$100.00 buys one roof truss. 22 trusses $2,200.00 Doors (6) _____________________________

$20.00 buys one sheet of plywood 66 sheets $1,320.00 Mill Work: _____________________________

$72.00 buys one square of shingles 21sq. $1,512.00 Insulation (ceiling)

$10.00 buys one roll 30# roofing felt paper 15 rolls $150.00 Insulation (walls/floor) __________________________

Misc. nails, dimension lumber & pine fascia $450.00 Hardwood flooring: ____________________________

Total $5,632.00 Electric wiring : _____________________________

Lighting: ______________________________

Please send all donations to above address in care of Bernie Rudberg. Paint (Int.& Ext.) Benjamin Moore



A brief history of the Depot: Built in 1873,it has been relocated twice and has remained in the same location since 1910, the Depot was closed in 1974 after the fire on the Poughkeepsie RR Bridge, The tracks were torn up in 1983. The Depot was set on fire by vandals in 1986 which caused considerable damage to the roof structure and some interior walls. In 1996, Rich Taylor challenged a small group of RR buffs and concerned citizens to come together and save the Depot for future generations. Hopewell Depot Restoration Corp. is an all volunteer tax exempt group under sections 501 (C) (03) of the Internal Revenue Code. Thank you for all your support and generous donations which are greatly appreciated.



Bernie Rudberg President Hopewell Depot Restoration Inc.
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Re: New Roof for the Hopewell Depot

Postby Bernard Rudberg » Mon Jan 03, 2011 11:31 pm

With chilly but clear weather, we accomplished three goals today. We set up additional scaffolding for the building end caps, finished loading the dumpster and installed the first truss on the roof structure. Without a cherry picker or crane, four volunteers managed to get the truss up on the roof with “Armstrong Power”. Each truss weighs about 150 pounds.

A reporter from the Poughkeepsie Journal was on site in the morning taking notes and interviewing. In the afternoon a Poughkeepsie Journal photographer came and climbed the ladders shooting for an article which is supposed to be in Tuesday’s paper. We will be looking for it.

Weather permitting, the next work session will be on Saturday, 1-8-2011 starting around 8:30 AM. If plans hold out for the cherry picker, we hope to get the rest of the trusses up by Saturday afternoon. For this effort we will need some volunteers with construction experience for the roof work and other volunteers for the ground crew. Come on down and join the fun.

Donations are slowly coming in for the roof materials.
So far we are managing to cover the bills but there will be more needed to finish the roof work.

For those of you who can’t help with the construction work, you can help by “sponsoring” the project.
We are asking for sponsorships as follows:

Hopewell Depot Restoration Corp.



P. O. Box 1044

Hopewell Junction

New York, 12533-1044

845-221-9330

Help Save the Hopewell Depot

President: With the cold weather nipping at our heels and 2010 coming to a

Bernard L. Rudberg Retired from IBM close, so is Phase I of the Hopewell Depot Restoration’s effort to

restore the RR Depot located at the south end of the Dutchess

Vice President: Rail Trail. Phase I consisted of replacing damaged sections of the

Richard M. Taylor Retired Contractor frame work of the building built in 1873. We have replaced the

floor & rim joist, sections of exterior & interior walls and to

Secretary: complete Phase I, we need to replace the complete roof structure

Jacqueline Prusak Retired Teacher due to the damage from a fire by vandals in 1986. This final step in this

restoration project has become the most challenging as to cost and

Treasure: volunteer help. We are challenging the public, businesses and

B.L. Rudberg (temp.) municipalities to get involved with saving the last historic building

that paints the history of Hopewell Junction and the development

of the railroad industry.



Our goal is to raise $118,000.00 to complete restoration and furnishing of the Depot and open it to the public in August 2012. We feel this building will become a hub for rail trail users and history buffs and will benefit the surrounding community just as the Walkway Over the Hudson did for Poughkeepsie.

If you are interested in preserving history for future generations, we encourage you to make a generous donation or sponsor a section of the Depot to help save this valuable piece of Americana.



Those that give $500 or more will have their names engraved on a plaque in gathering room

Station Master 1 @ $50,000 ( will receive free life membership, framed engraved slate of Depot, RR Book by Bernie Rudberg) $50,000

Conductor 4 @ $10,000 (will receive engraved slate of Depot and RR book by Bernie Rudberg) $40,000

Train Engineer 4 @$5,000 (will receive RR book by Bernie Rudberg) $20,000

Fireman 6 @$1,000 $6,000

Brakeman 4 @ $500 $2,000

Fundraising goal $118,000



Urgent Needs: Sponsors



Roof work only Windows (12) _____________________________

$100.00 buys one roof truss. 22 trusses $2,200.00 Doors (6) _____________________________

$20.00 buys one sheet of plywood 66 sheets $1,320.00 Mill Work: _____________________________

$72.00 buys one square of shingles 21sq. $1,512.00 Insulation (ceiling)

$10.00 buys one roll 30# roofing felt paper 15 rolls $150.00 Insulation (walls/floor) __________________________

Misc. nails, dimension lumber & pine fascia $450.00 Hardwood flooring: ____________________________

Total $5,632.00 Electric wiring : _____________________________

Lighting: ______________________________

Please send all donations to above address in care of Bernie Rudberg. Paint (Int.& Ext.) Benjamin Moore



A brief history of the Depot: Built in 1873,it has been relocated twice and has remained in the same location since 1910, the Depot was closed in 1974 after the fire on the Poughkeepsie RR Bridge, The tracks were torn up in 1983. The Depot was set on fire by vandals in 1986 which caused considerable damage to the roof structure and some interior walls. In 1996, Rich Taylor challenged a small group of RR buffs and concerned citizens to come together and save the Depot for future generations. Hopewell Depot Restoration Corp. is an all volunteer tax exempt group under sections 501 (C) (03) of the Internal Revenue Code. Thank you for all your support and generous donations which are greatly appreciated.



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Re: New Roof for the Hopewell Depot

Postby Bernard Rudberg » Wed Jan 26, 2011 12:11 am

BRudberg@optonline.net has sent you an article from http://www.preservationnation.org.
Page title: Volunteers Help 1873 Depot

Link to full page: http://www.preservationnation.org/magaz ... depot.html

Summary:



Once slated for demolition, the Hopewell Depot in upstate New York is on its way to reopening as a visitors center for a rail trail.
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Re: New Roof for the Hopewell Depot

Postby Bernard Rudberg » Sat Jan 29, 2011 8:51 pm

We had some sunshine for today’s work session and 8 volunteers showed up with one coming all the way from Seattle Washington. The usual Dunkin Donuts and coffee run kept things warmed up.

The major objective for the day was to clean out as much snow and ice as possible from inside the building and then “straighten up the inside”. Some of the salvaged lumber was moved into the basement area and the bigger sections were loaded onto a trailer to be stored in Rich Taylor’s barn until we need them. By the end of the day you could actually walk around inside without tripping over piles of lumber. We now have room to work.

Our next session is planned for Saturday, 5 February unless the weather turns really bad. We usually start about 8:30 in the morning. Even with a little snow outside we can still work inside. The project for next Saturday will be to finish cleaning out any remaining ice and snow and then rebuild the basement steps.

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Re: New Roof for the Hopewell Depot

Postby Bernard Rudberg » Tue Feb 01, 2011 11:49 pm

Check out the Hopewell Depot Restoration page on Facebook.

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Hopewell- ... 2071793718
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Re: New Roof for the Hopewell Depot

Postby Bernard Rudberg » Wed Feb 02, 2011 10:56 am

I have heard that some people have had a problem trying to open the Facebook link I sent before. Most people did not have any problem.

Anyway, here is a shorter link that may work for the rest of you. Give it a try.

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Hopewell- ... 2071793718

By the way, our next work session at the Hopewell Depot Restoration will be this coming Saturday,5 February starting around 8:30 AM. We plan to work inside even if there is snow outside. One project will be to rebuild the basement steps. Another project will be to take down some of the old false ceiling sections.

That will be a dusty job. Bring your facemask and goggles.

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Re: New Roof for the Hopewell Depot

Postby Bernard Rudberg » Sat Feb 05, 2011 9:03 pm

This morning when we started it was snowing which turned to drizzly, cold rain by noon. The weather did not interfere with depot inside work. Today’s work force was a total of eleven volunteers.

The main project for today was doors. The depot now has four working doors instead of plywood over the openings. In addition there were a number of “hurricane clips” added to the roof structure.

The noisiest part of today’s work was chopping and shoveling out a layer of ice from the floor. The plywood floor sounded like a big drum. The depot was really “rockin and rollin” for a while today. It sounded more like a performance of the Japanese Mountain Drums in Disneyworld.

The next work session is planned for Saturday, 12 February, 2011. Most likely we will be working inside the depot again. There is plenty of interior work waiting to be done.

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Re: New Roof for the Hopewell Depot

Postby Bernard Rudberg » Sun Feb 13, 2011 9:40 pm

The weather was cold but otherwise just fine for working inside the depot on Saturday 2-12-2011. As the day warmed up outside, it seemed to be colder in the building. Several damaged plywood floor sheets were replaced and many of the original trim strips were salvaged from the old false ceiling. We also started on the job of salvaging the door and window trim strips. There is now a new trap door over the opening into the basement steps.

The weather forecast for this coming week looks good, sunny and warmer. We plan to have two work sessions this week, Thursday 2-17 and Saturday 2-19. The plan for Thursday is to build new basement steps and continue salvaging trim around windows and doors.

The Saturday work will be to take down the remaining sections of the old false ceiling. This will be a dusty, dirty job so any volunteers will need goggles and dust masks in addition to hard hats.

The last photo in the sequence is the usual coffee break but this time we had home made cupcakes in honor of Rich Taylor’s birthday.

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Re: New Roof for the Hopewell Depot

Postby Bernard Rudberg » Tue Feb 22, 2011 10:07 pm

Due to a short “vacation” in Vassar Hospital, I missed all the fun at the depot this past weekend. A dozen volunteers took advantage of the good weather to do some more roof work and also work on the interior projects. They were all supplied with coffee and munchies.

1. Roof is completely covered with 30# felt paper and gable jerkheads are covered w/ tarps.
2. Removed ceiling planking in south room and loaded onto trailer for storage.
3. Removed ceiling joists in south room and loaded onto trailer.
4. Removed many buckets of dirt at bottom of stairway and dumped outside.
5. Installed new basement stairs
6. Installed hinges on basement trap door
7. Removed all window and door trim, marked and packaged for each window
8. Started removing bead board on walls in north room

The next work session will be on Saturday, 26 Feb. starting about 8:30 AM.
There is still a lot of interior work to be done.

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