Reclaimed timbers from the historic “Spruce Goose” hangar

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    Reclaimed timbers from the historic “Spruce Goose” hangar


      We’re excited to offer reclaimed building material salvaged from the historic “Spruce Goose Hangar” in Playa Vista. The 319,000 square foot building was the location where Howard Hughes built the infamous H-4 Hercules plane aka the “Spruce Goose”. The plane still holds the record for the largest wooden plane ever constructed and flown – […]

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    Jul

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    Tennessee Grist Mill Est. 1775


      We are proud to offer material from one of the earliest public structures built by the settlers in Church Hill, Tennessee. Rice’s Mill, a water-wheel powered grist mill used to grind cereal grains into flour was built in 1775. It served as not only a local place for grinding flour, but also the gathering […]

  • 06
    Feb

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    Reclaimed Faux Beams vs. Solid Beams – Which ones are right for your job?


    In the 25 years that Vintage Timberworks has been supplying fine reclaimed wood beams, we have also perfected the art of creating box beams, otherwise known as faux beams, that look virtually indistinguishable from solid timbers. The uptick in interest for box beams has in part been driven by the emergence of foam beams and other […]

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