Proposed: Three building auction complex, with hotel on 156 acres South of Indianapolis, to serve the 5- state area of all auction needs.
Plan view right side of the machinery, and furniture building arena showing the carts and tracks. Continuation of the drawing will be on segment #20.
Shown is one third of the seating of the arena, 148 seats each: East and West sides. Shown is the tract layout for unloading the carts and placement of the pallets at the doors. The pallets are placed at a 45 degree angle. The fork truck can unload the carts without turning at a sharp degree. Also, the hand truck will be more maneuverable to take the pallets to the door for unloading. The average pallets at any one door will be 16 in each row. The carts will be 40 back of the loading doors, allowing the fork truck to maneuver for unloading. Some pallets will be back of tracks towards the middle of the building, depending on the size of the merchandise; requiring two pallets that are fastened together. If head and foot boards are to be displayed along with a mattress, they must be in the upright position on the pallets. Special stanchions will be placed into the pallets to keep the objects in place while the carts are in motion, and tied down in such a way as not to allow the recipient to remove the stanchions or tie down.
The walkway around the top of the arena is 8 wide with 4 each, 4 wide stairs down to the arena floor where the rest rooms and offices are located. Also the bleacher stairs can also be used to go up from arena floor or down to the arena.
The front row seats could be sold on yearly basis for those who are dealers, and want to have the advantage to view the auction merchandise closer for bidding. The price could be established on the desirability to purchase these seats.
There will be a hand rail in the middle of the 8 stairs in the bleachers, and a 3 space every 10 allowing a person to cross over to the other side of the stairs.
The roof lighting will be the same as other places in the buildings; corrugated fiber glass panels placed on a 2 tube shaped frame.
We have thought about a printed catalog listing of each auction, but the cost would be prohibitive. However any one can look on line, and examine the object one week in advance of the auction, and then contact their representative who will in turn place their bid. By having your own representative examine the object; you as the customer will have an accurate description, rather than trusting an auctioneer.
If you have a hunger pang, this could be taken care of by stepping out the side door to the farmers bizarre, where a beef or hog roast may be in preparation. Not sure if this will be an everyday occurrence, depending on the desirability of the people who attend the farmers bizarre. Also a vendor will deliver your sandwich to your seat, and you will not miss a bid at the auction. Talk about convenience! Where will you find such a facility to cater to your overall needs when you are away from home?
Continuation of Matthew 24: (From Segment 18)
All these are the beginning of sorrows.
Then shall they deliver you up to the afflicted, and shall kill you: and ye shall be hated of all nations for my names sake.
And then shall many be offended, and shall betray one another, and shall hate one another.
And many false prophets shall rise, and shall deceive many.
And because iniquity shall abound, the love of many shall wax cold.
But he that shall endure unto the end, the same shall be saved.
And the gospel of the kingdom shall be preached in all the world for a witness unto all nations; and then shall the end come.
Matthew 24: 8 14
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