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    Cheers Chuck



    I was lucky with the light and I've never seen those little rads either
    beer? nooo he deserves nailing to it but I think it's been done before lol
    Don't panic, be reet!!!

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    Looks a cracker this one mate. The pics with the light coming through the cracks are brilliant.

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    Great report, thanks man! :)
    Jay
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    Cheers Guys
    Don't panic, be reet!!!

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    [QUOTE=prettyvacant71;353442 I've never seen them little pew radiators before,[/QUOTE]

    You will have probably seen dozens - except they will have been joined up to form multi element, under window radiators. Back in the days when these were installed; one did not buy fixed length radiators, rather you purchased a number of single cast iron units and a box load of screwed iron couplings and associated valves. The system offered a number advantages - any length radiator could be built up; but the main advantage for the installers, was the fact that the individual elements were easily carried to where they were going to be installed. Imagine lugging an assembled, ten element radiator up onto that balcony! Also they look far more in keeping with the building's interior, than the more modern, pressed steel units one can see dotted about the place. Sadly the later installation of the upper floor extension has somewhat spoiled the aesthetics of the original interior.

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