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46 minutes ago, sb67 said:

What did you use for the brickwork? It looks superb!

 

Steve. 


It’s painted laser cut MDF, with the mortar done like this

 

 

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On 11/11/2019 at 05:59, 47606odin said:


the clock will be made, the concrete base is in position ready

It is actually two clocks  back to back,  the clock facing Country stopped at 2 minutes to 7, the London clock stopped at 20 minutes past 10,  from old photographs they stopped at those times 30 to 40 years ago.

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9 hours ago, Pandora said:

It is actually two clocks  back to back,  the clock facing Country stopped at 2 minutes to 7, the London clock stopped at 20 minutes past 10,  from old photographs they stopped at those times 30 to 40 years ago.


yes, it is indeed 2 seperate clock faces back to back

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Well, having been advised the room is too clean and bright, the walls have been given their coat of fresh magnolia.

 

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these will be weathered down a bit later

 

glazing in next

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These guards are a bit grubby 

 

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Very nice, need some dirty door handles as well now, haha. Don't forget the dirty Boot marks on the floor inside the Door as well mate.:good:

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1 hour ago, Andrew P said:

Very nice, need some dirty door handles as well now, haha. Don't forget the dirty Boot marks on the floor inside the Door as well mate.https://www.rmweb.co.uk/community/uploads/emoticons/default_good.gif

 

the cleaner has been in and done his best, regaling the door handles, just got to see if I can find what type it had, knob or handle 

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1 hour ago, 47606odin said:

 

the cleaner has been in and done his best, regaling the door handles, just got to see if I can find what type it had, knob or handle 

I used an small nail on my Trebudoc Shed.

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Well, it’s been a few weeks and I had to go and find my thread, eventually got to it

 

i have just been so busy at work, but I am taking a few days off so I can get some bits done

 

i shall start with the following, it’s not an exciting photo, but the lintels are painted for the guards lobby

 

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not much, but it’s something, and they can be fitted tomorrow 

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The lintels and sills are now fitted and do set the walls off nicely 

 

on to the roof

 

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Guards room roof completed.

 

video to follow

 

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and heres how i did it

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