Take a peek inside Fast Eddie's Place

Fast Eddie's has been fixing shoes in the same small Dinkytown workshop for decades. 

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Sparks fly when Fast Eddie's Place owner Jim Picard grinds out a high heel on a pair of women's shoes.
Shoe polish brushes at Fast Eddie's.
Fast Eddie's Place owner Jim Picard. He also sells keys to bring students into the shop since they all need keys but might not think of repairing their shoes.
Fast Eddie's Place in Dinkytown.
Glue pot.
Sparks fly when Fast Eddie's Place owner Jim Picard grinds out a high heel on a pair of women's shoes.
Jim Picard repairs a cracked sole.
Replacement heel tips at Fast Eddie's.
An artist wanted to purchase the shops antique can of Shinola shoe polish, instead Jim loaned it to him for the project and the artist gave it to Jim after the show wherte it remains on display at Fast Eddie's Place.
From the back of the shop, Jim keeps an eye out for customers with this mirror.
Fast Eddie's Place owner Jim Picard shows where he accidentally put a drill through his hand. "Shoe repair is tough on the hands" he said.
The Landis Aristocrat is used for heavy duty stitching.