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  1. Has the museum received any enquiries about hire rates from certain parts of Scotland yet?
  2. Your specs must be better than mine. I couldn't tell from Neil's photo.
  3. I bought from (website not working just at the moment): https://www.johnsonstimber.co.uk/ Ply actually came from: https://www.lathamtimber.co.uk/products/panels/plywood/birch-plywood/birch-plywood-specifications
  4. Arnold defected to the British side so there was some logic to that. The Orange One has only ever been on his own side so perhaps that suggests he will exile himself to one of his golf courses. Anyone in Scotland feeling nervous?
  5. teaky

    Little Muddle

    Still going. https://www.songkick.com/artists/355863-bad-manners/calendar I'm amazed Andy finds the time to run this forum too.
  6. I'm not sure which Robert you are referring to but in case you mean me then yes, I used a structural engineer and all work was inspected and certified by Building Control. I spoke to our insurer and there was no additional cost. I am firmly in the camp of only using a loft space for storage unless it has been properly modified to make it structurally sound, safe in a fire and energy efficient. Not only is it the most expensive asset I own but there is no way I would compromise the safety of my family.
  7. Yes it is isn't it. The LNER livery one also shows very lopsided fitment of the cab interior. Here's hoping these are just early teething problems with the livery samples.
  8. If that amount of condensation was present every time there was a cold snap then it would definitely require investigation. If it only happens after someone has spent time up there, probably with the hatch open too, then that would be the most likely cause.
  9. It looks like exactly what I'd expect: warm, damp air from the house meeting cold underfelt. Under normal circumstances people don't go into the loft very often and/or for very long especially when it is cold so not only would you not see it but the warm damp air wouldn't get up there. Added to that, most lofts don't have boards to catch the water droplets and damp insulation is less visible. When I was converting our loft I had a few days when I had similar amounts of condensation visible on the newly-laid flooring. In fact on days when I was working hard sawing timber, cutting insulation
  10. Tom - I think these are Mailcoach and therefore incorrect. Mike - Are you able to confirm from this photo and explain why they are wrong please.
  11. Sorry to draw your attention to this chaps but it sounds like you are unaware: https://www.rmweb.co.uk/community/index.php?/topic/64295-wright-writes/&do=findComment&comment=4234515
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