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I wonder if someone can use this for a simple layout project?

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Dimensions are 62 inches long; and maximum 15 and minimum 4 inches wide.

This is the "lock" side of the door so there is some reinforcement in there somewhere along the straight edge.

 

Collection from CM3 2DT - Hatfield Peverel, near the station.

 

- Richard.

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3 hours ago, 47137 said:

I wonder if someone can use this for a simple layout project?

P1020539.JPG.fb41d787591c90dca53fb95c501e9b46.JPG

 

Dimensions are 62 inches long; and maximum 15 and minimum 4 inches wide.

This is the "lock" side of the door so there is some reinforcement in there somewhere along the straight edge.

 

Collection from CM3 2DT - Hatfield Peverel, near the station.

 

- Richard.

If that's the offcut, I'd love to see the doorway the other bit went in. :)

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14 hours ago, rab said:

If that's the offcut, I'd love to see the doorway the other bit went in. :)

No doorway of course, but I reckon the off-cut would suit a gun cupboard :-)

 

- Richard.

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