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marcros

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if the mrs wouldnt go truely mental, and I wasnt so landlocked, i could have that ready for my retirement!
 

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marcros":f07a2q5a said:
if the mrs wouldnt go truely mental, and I wasnt so landlocked, i could have that ready for my retirement!
Can just see you launching that on the Leeds\Liverpool canal. :wink:

Dibs
 

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Shame no one wants to restore her....but she's a big boat, fire damaged, 'a few deck beams', located in Scotland. Not a lot going for her. Don't get me wrong I've a 6 ton Hillyard (restored) and I hate to see any wooden boat lost. Guess a few thousand pen blanks would be better than the big bonfire.
 

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Darn it! I was only in Lochgilphead last week with a crane....

Why do you ALWAYS read about these things after the event! :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

Jim
 

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Just hope my daughter doesn't see that when she's working over there, or it would probably be something else to park in Dad's garden and needing Dad's workshop....
 

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There is also a railway station (Lustleigh on Dartmoor) that was closed down in 1963 (Beeching) and it was wooden and cut up with a chain saw and left in situ. So if you would like some Jarrah and can use a handsaw the timbers were 10 x 2's
 
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