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Content tagged with Materials & Assembly posted in September 2007
Outside The New Yankee Workshop
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NYW Executive Producer Russell Morash gives a walking tour of the property surrounding The New Yankee Workshop facilities.
NYW: The First Workshop
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NYW Executive Producer Russell Morash walks DN Editor-in-Chief John Dodge through the original barn used to film The New Yankee Workshop in the 1980¿s.
Behind the Scenes in the New Yankee Workshop
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NYW Executive Producer Russell Morash gives a tour of The New Yankee Workshop that is not shown on television.
A Tour of The New Yankee Workshop
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NYW Executive Producer Russell Morash reveals the secrets of The New Yankee Workshop¿s back-bench studio.
The New Yankee Workshop Kitchen
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NYW Executive Producer Russell Morash takes Design News on a tour through the kitchen that will be remodeled on the show.
The NYW Paint Shop
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NYW Executive Producer Russell Morash shows Design News the garage used for kitchen cabinet construction for the 2008 New Yankee Workshop season.




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