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On the Job: Greg and Leah Gordon, window restorers

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    On the Job: Greg and Leah Gordon, window restorers - Brianna Soukup/Staff Photographer | of | Share this photo

    Husband and wife team Greg and Leah Gordon, shown in their workshop at their home in Hope, have been restoring windows of historical homes and buildings for the past 10 years.

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    Windows that date back to the late 1700s await their turn to be restored in the Gordon's workshop.

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    Leah Gordon works on the tight corners of a window frame.

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    Greg Gordon pulls an old window out of the steamer in his workshop. The windows are steamed so the old lead paint can come off safely and easily.

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    A paint scraper and and old window are a common site at Greg and Leah Gordon's house.

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    A reflection of the train tracks is shown in one of the windows of the old Rockland train station, which were restored by Greg and Leah Gordon. The Gordons see the windows they restore as a small way to peak into the past.

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