Fire Door, 56" x 56", Industrial Steel with Track, 1900's Historic Salvage

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This incredible, industrial fire door was salvaged from a historic furniture plant in Lexington, North Carolina. This steel sheeting clad door measures 56" wide by 55 7/8" tall, not including the rollers. Included with the door are two sections of box track, one measuring 72" long, and the other 33" long.

The door is painted red on one side and a pale green on the opposing side. With its vivid color, authentic industrial appeal and bold size, this door could be used as a door, room partition, headboard or as large piece of wall art.

History: The door was salvaged from a structure known as Lexington Furniture, Plant 1. Today, Lexington Furniture has consolidated this building's processes with a second plant and are still in business. The oldest parts of LFI Plant 1 date back to 1901 when it was then operated by Dixie Furniture. The door was salvaged from a section of the plant that was undergoing renovation.

Condition: Dents, dings, scuffs, paint loss, and patina as expected from use in in a busy industrial environment over a long period.

The salvage of Lexington Furniture was featured on season 8, episode 2 of the DIY network show, "Salvage Dawgs".

Weight: 205 lbs,
Item Measurements: Door: 56"(W) x 2"(D, add 3" for hardware) x 55.875"(H, add 5" for hardware)
Track: A) 72"(L) x 3.375"(W) x 2.375"(H) B) 33"(L) x 3.375"(W) x 2.375"(H)

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