For a stripping place to take it other than the stripping workshop, I used chemstrip down in MD by the beltway (www.chemstripmd.com) for doors, balusters, and such.
You may also want to look at replacing the trim with new trim of the same style. We were able to find a match at smoot lumber (http://www.smootlumber.com/). It looks great (original) and didn’t involve a ton of lead paint work. It may also be cheaper at the end of the day. One caveat – we painted the trim white in most areas. If you want to stain / varnish, the original wood was much nicer than the new stuff that we bought (grain / quality).