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cymaz28/12/2016 19:46:10
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Posted by fly-navy on 28/12/2016 19:30:48:

Don't encourage him

Ha! Thank goodness I never mentioned my idea of the garden railway going through the gates..

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Edited By Steve Hargreaves - Moderator on 28/12/2016 20:19:13

Steve Hargreaves - Moderator28/12/2016 20:24:02
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Gents a few "language violations" of the CoC in a couple of posts there.

We have a zero tolerance of bad language on the forum, please respect that. Asterisks & numbers to alter the spelling are not permitted either.

fly-navy28/12/2016 20:49:10
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Apologies Steve, should have known better.

john

reg shaw28/12/2016 20:53:59
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Ooops sorry. John's old enough to know better, I'm just plain stoopid to think I'd got away with it!

See you in the morning John!!

Ian.

fly-navy29/12/2016 18:50:57
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Took a flying visit today to inspect shed and pass it off before he set off doing some argey bargey sailing.

Gents it's a thing of beauty and something most of us dream of or to aspire of owning, could not believe the size and space and how Ian has utilised it all, would you believe he wouldn't leave me on my ownsome in there crying I had deep pockets too. The cottage and grounds are delightful and that is another project for him, after the stableblock he renovated and lived in previously I thought that would be the end of those projects. Doesn't like life easy our master builder.

Well done matey, stunning job yes

reg shaw04/02/2017 20:31:19
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Cheers John, much appreciated comments! Sorry to drag this up again (not really I'm chuffed and wanted to share!!) Got the gates all but finished, with the lamp latch and horizontal bars etc. Made up the hinge / corner brackets which wer a bit involved as they have to line up with the shed structure and keep the gates at the right height. Just the other gate hinge to make now, to pick up on the bricks and not the mortar joints!

Ian.

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Paul Marsh04/02/2017 21:18:40
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I've ordered another shed. Started the base this afternoon. Will have power etc, but this is a storage shed, and will free the workshop shed up - for a while until it fills again.

Problem with rc planes - they take up loads of room. at least i've got space for new ones this year...

reg shaw04/02/2017 21:30:27
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What type / size have you gone for Paul?

Ian.

Paul Marsh05/02/2017 07:35:05
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Not as big as your hanger, but this is a 12x10, the last of the corner space in the garden.

I like your railway gates. Also I notice your plot is next to a railway line. Your shed could be mistaken for a old railway siding storage.

reg shaw05/02/2017 08:07:30
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Posted by Paul Marsh on 05/02/2017 07:35:05:

I like your railway gates. Also I notice your plot is next to a railway line. Your shed could be mistaken for a old railway siding storage.

That was the whole point of the shed Paul. The house is an old North Staffordshire Railway house and station, we have seen old plans of the house which shows a siding and workshops on site. It would have been far too convenient to build a 'normal shed' but it would look like a normal shed and not something that might have just been refurbished. Cheers mate, see you soon at Congleton perhaps!

Ian.

Paul Marsh17/02/2017 19:06:06
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I just finished another shed, ran out of space - as you do!.

Needs power going in and other things which I will do tomorrow. The hard bit is done.

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Paul Marsh18/02/2017 15:52:47
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All done, power in etc.

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Dwain Dibley.18/02/2017 16:02:53
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V.Nice Paul,

I think the model on the far right looks a bit heavy tho Mate.......devil

Cheers

D.D.

reg shaw30/03/2017 22:24:24
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More shedliness I'm afraid!! Got the hinges and gates made and completed, and the big job of bitumen-ing the corrugated tins out of the way. Its turned a new looking shed into something that looks like its been there for years, perfect!! Now hopefully I 'll get some modelling done and get some of those unfinished build / refurb threads done!

Ian.

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Dwain Dibley.30/03/2017 23:54:43
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Cosmic Mate.

D.D.

cymaz31/03/2017 06:19:00
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Yep, first rate Ian yes

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