|A median slice perpendicular to both the long axis of the oval and an approximated plane of the posterior surface was removed, producing butts of 698 g and 170 g, and a slice of 49 g. A 2.5 cm2 piece was taken for a metallographic section. Fusion crust is absent except for a small accumulation of melt crust on the posterior surface at the rim with the anterior surface. Its maximum width is ~0.3 mm near the union of the surfaces, and it tapers to nothing by 5 mm into the interior. The slice is bordered with a heat-altered zone of ~3 mm on the anterior surface, and of generally narrower and more variable widths on the posterior surface. The plane of cut revealed three directions of the Widmanstatten pattern unequally displayed. Kamacite band widths are ~ 1.3 mm. The kamacite contains Neumann bands, many of which show mild preterrestrial distortion, as do the kamacite bands themselves. Rhabdites are not prominent, but grain-boundary schreibersite and some taenite-border schreibersite are present. Several morphologies of taenite-plessite are present. Close to the anterior surface within an area of fairly high structural distortion is a shattered, euhedral chromite (1.7 x 0.5 mm) surrounded by ~0.4 mm of troilite along the long dimension and ~0.8 at the ends. The exterior of the troilite is bordered over part of its outer edge with schreibersite, and where it is in contact with kamacite, it appears to have been partially melted. Both GRO95511 and GRO95522 are similar in appearance and weathering history. Their Widmanstatten patterns are revealed on different planes, and they have different exposures to preterrestrial distortion and heating. This makes it difficult to suggest if they represent two separate falls or are individuals from a shower. Definitive classification and pairing information awaits trace element analysis.