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Salvage Dawgs season 4 episodes list:
The Dawgs salvage the amusement park attraction, Geyser Gulch, at Silver Dollar City in Branson, Mo
Mike, Robert, and the rest of the team salvage the Bemis Cotton Mill in Jackson, Tenn
The guys go to North Carolina to salvage a 1950s jail. At the shop, Mike and Tay build a bar from bowling-alley flooring.
The team are in Liberty, N.C., to salvage an Aeromotor windmill. Back at the shop, Mike builds a floor lamp from recovered barn wood and iron
The team are in Bedford, Va., to salvage parts from a lodge at the Elks National Home. Back in the shop, Mike builds a swing from a recovered apple crate and upholsters cushions.
A terra-cotta silo gives the guys fits in Bedford, Va.; and Mike visits the National D-Day Memorial with Tay and Grayson
A return to Geyser Gulch at Silver Dollar City in Branson, Mo., brings new finds, including a birdhouse, water guns and hefty frying pans. Mike builds a garden arbor out of two doors back at the warehouse
The team salvage a calliope from a riverboat in Parkersburg, W.Va., and split into teams to pick through the owner's large warehouse. At the shop, Courtney and Mike build a mirror from pieces of wall trim
The guys visit Wheeling W.Va., to salvage elements from an apartment building. Key items include arched doors, a double drainboard sink and wooden medallions. Back at the shop, Mike builds a wine-tasting table.
The team salvage a kiln from the American Viscose Plant in Roanoke, Va.; Mike and Tay team up to build custom tables for a local optometrist; and Will Farmer returns to appraise a map from 1853.
The guys visit a log cabin at Smith Mountain Lake in Virginia; and Gracie takes them to a glassblowing artist to make pieces for a chandelier. Elsewhere, Robert and Ted pick through a barn
In Decatur, Ga., the crew salvages the Scott Boulevard Baptist Church, rescuing arched doorways, stained glass windows and an altarpiece.
Mike, Robert, & the rest of the team salvage a cast iron storefront; building a custom table for country music duo Thompson Square.