This unique rolling track ladder is constructed of solid oak. It has bent sides designed for use in areas with protruding counters or shelves, and can be mounted to track on a wall, or shelving. This ladder has 6 steps with abrasive grip tape along the front edges, and a longer upper shelf. The bent sides are comprised of 2 separate lengths of oak fastened together with sturdy metal plates. Mounted to the plates are wooden rollers that would roll along the edge of the projecting shelf or counter when in place. A pair of track rollers are fastened to the top of the sides and the turned spindle spanning the very top of the piece. The rollers for the bottom of the ladder have been removed and were not with the piece at the time of salvage. Included with purchase are 8 track supports, and a pair of stops. The track was not salvaged, as it can be replaced with a sturdy 1" to 1 1/16" diameter metal rod or tubing. This ladder is in good condition with moderate wear from use over a long period in an industrial setting.
This ladder was salvaged from the former Brown and Williamson Tobacco plant in Petersburg, Virginia, as it is readied to be converted into housing. The tobacco plant and items from it are featured on Season 11, Episode 8, of the Diy Network Show, "Salvage Dawgs".
Weight: 33 lbs.
Item Measurements: 23.875"(L) x 21.5"(W) x 90"(H), 17.375"(W) without roller hardware.