UNION GAP--A project 16 months in the making finished Saturday.
The Central Washington Agricultural Museum re-erected a century-old silo Saturday morning at Fullbright park.
They took the silo apart and moved it to the park back in November. Saturday, volunteers put it back together, one piece at a time.
After a couple hours, the 36-foot silo was standing tall again.
"My reaction is a great relief," Museum volunteer Ray Kempf said with a laugh. "Just to get it prepared so we could even move it back up without it falling apart was a big challenge."
Kempf said the silo used to hold cattle feed.
All the work and materials needed to re-erect the silo were donated.