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Boston Wood Turning

Thomase "Tommy" Ganon's shop, Boston Wood Turning, in downtown Salem.

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Boston Wood Turning

Thomase "Tommy" Ganon's shop, Boston Wood Turning, in downtown Salem.

(Photo by Spenser R. Hasak)

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Boston Wood Turning

Thomase "Tommy" Ganon's shop, Boston Wood Turning, in downtown Salem.

(Photo by Spenser R. Hasak)

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Boston Wood Turning

Thomase "Tommy" Ganon owns and operates Boston Wood Turning in downtown Salem.

(Photo by Spenser R. Hasak)

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Boston Wood Turning

Thomase "Tommy" Ganon owns and operates Boston Wood Turning in downtown Salem.

(Photo by Spenser R. Hasak)

Purchase Photo

Boston Wood Turning

Thomase "Tommy" Ganon owns and operates Boston Wood Turning in downtown Salem.

(Photo by Spenser R. Hasak)

Purchase Photo

Boston Wood Turning

Boston Wood Turning owner Thomase "Tommy" Ganon uses a lathe and wood turning chisel to create a hollow form from a log of wood.

(Photo by Spenser R. Hasak)

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Boston Wood Turning

Thomase "Tommy" Ganon's shop, Boston Wood Turning, in downtown Salem.

(Photo by Spenser R. Hasak)

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Boston Wood Turning

Thomase "Tommy" Ganon's shop, Boston Wood Turning, in downtown Salem.

(Photo by Spenser R. Hasak)

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Boston Wood Turning

Boston Wood Turning owner Thomase "Tommy" Ganon breaks down how he will turn giant red oak logs into bowls for a client.

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Boston Wood Turning

Boston Wood Turning owner Thomase "Tommy" Ganon, left, and Mike Campbell of Upton roll a giant red oak log out of Campbell's truck. The tree was over 100 years old and died as a result of a catepillar infestation. The Campbell's will now have the logs made into bowls.

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Boston Wood Turning

(Photo by Spenser R. Hasak)

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Boston Wood Turning

Boston Wood Turning owner Thomase "Tommy" Ganon uses a lathe and wood turning chisel to create a hollow form from a log of wood.

(Photo by Spenser R. Hasak)

Purchase Photo

Boston Wood Turning

Boston Wood Turning owner Thomase "Tommy" Ganon uses a lathe and wood turning chisel to create a hollow form from a log of wood.

(Photo by Spenser R. Hasak)

Purchase Photo

Boston Wood Turning

Boston Wood Turning owner Thomase "Tommy" Ganon uses a lathe and wood turning chisel to create a hollow form from a log of wood.

(Photo by Spenser R. Hasak)

Purchase Photo

Boston Wood Turning

Boston Wood Turning owner Thomase "Tommy" Ganon uses a lathe and wood turning chisel to create a hollow form from a log of wood.

(Photo by Spenser R. Hasak)

Purchase Photo

Boston Wood Turning

Boston Wood Turning owner Thomase "Tommy" Ganon wheels a giant red oak log into his shop to prepare it for the next stage in his process.

(Photo by Spenser R. Hasak)

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SALEM — The windy storms of the late winter months leveled many trees across the area. But in a woodshop tucked in Salem’s Artist Row, logs from those weeping willows…

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