Starting at sunrise, the house will be loaded onto giant dollies and moved — at a top speed of 1 mile an hour — to its new location six blocks away.

Stay tuned for updates:
Workers prepare to move the home located at 807 Franklin Street to 635 Fulton Street. The quarter mile journey has taken years of planning and required coordination with over a dozen city agencies.

📸 : @stephenlamphoto
The Victorian home formerly known as 807 Franklin Street is traveling at a top speed of 1 mph – the wrong way and downhill – towards her new location.

📸 : @stephenlamphoto
Uh-oh! Some last minute tree trimming is needed before the Victorian home continues on its journey to 635 Fulton Street.

📸: @stephenlamphoto

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