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Topic - Glenn Courson
"We've reused a lot of the same bricks, about 24,000," he said. "Most homes lost their chimneys because most of them were brick. The way the Cuckoo house was constructed, it was brick and plaster right on each other. You could see cracking — some so big you could see outside the home."
Glenn Courson said he wakes at night to something he describes as sounding like a "train outside your window."