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Samuel Hoffman | The Journal Gazette
Kevin Armstrong of Koehlinger Kruse installs the new motion and smoke sensor alarms in the rebuilt blacksmith shop at Historic Fort Wayne on Friday. The new 9,600-square-foot barn features four artisan demonstration studios for a blacksmith, woodworkers and visiting re-enactors. The grand opening is set for October.

Securing Old Fort’s new shop

Securing Old Fort’s new shop

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