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    Thanks DS. I should have realised that you cannot have a carpenters brace in an engineering workshop. That has solved the mystery about the moving axe - there were two......

    When the going gets tough - the tough get going.

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    Great images...love the one in the kitchen & the doll sitting in the window...thanks for sharing

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    Stained glass and gorgeous tiling! I'd be there all day moving that f00kin axe about and still not be happy wiv its position and thats several revisits later
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    This really is lovely, and so much cool old stuff. I love that old adding machine and vacuum cleaner. I'm wondering what that large rackmount thing is on the floor in the bathroom.

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