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 Posted: Thu May 3rd, 2018 10:31 pm
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Hi All

After selling all my machinery , and equipment . I finally have an empty shed .

The first job is to build an internal stud frame work . I have used a steel stud system .

Then to install the droppers , and frame work for the suspended ceiling .

By using a steel frame work on the inside of the shed , I have created a thicker wall

 cavity , and given a greater depth to the ceiling cavity . Which  has enabled me to

 use a thicker insulation in both the ceiling , and the walls .

 The shed measures 6 meters x 5.4 meters . which is large enough for the layout

I have been playing with for some time .



The next job is to install the insulation , and then the plaster board .

 Regards Ted

 


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 Posted: Thu May 3rd, 2018 10:50 pm
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Ted, this work alone will keep you out of the pub for some time - - got a layout plan yet?



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That's some shed !!!!  I'm totally green ................................ :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:



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N.V. N.V. N.V. N.V. N.V. N.V. N.V.....need I go on any further?



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Blurry eck think we could all fit in there ! Repeat after chubber   NV. NV .NV. NV NV.

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Hi All

In answer to Sol's question . You can see from the quality of the photos , that the PUB

 is not that far away  .

 ,:cheers 

 

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  I always assumed that , the depth of  green in France , Was directly related to the

  amount of onions , that a Relocated Englishman was  capable of taking to morning market .



  The wiring has now been installed , and the insulation fitted .

  The door frames have also been replaced , and the first of the

  plaster board sheets glued and screwed in place .
 Regards Ted



 



 



 

 


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Hi All

 As you can see , progress IS being made .

 The insulation has been installed . the Gyproc panels

 have been fitted . The electrics have been tested , and certified .

 Now for flushing the gyproc , and all the fiddly jobs .

 Regards Ted

 

 

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Excellent ,crack on Ted.



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Hi All
 I have now completed the old office ,to
 a work room .

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Hi All
 Now back to the the main train room ,(SHED ).
The walls, and ceiling  have been flushed .
Walls painted , skirting fitted .
 Air conditioner , and carpet  left to do .

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Hi All
 The wood for the main layout frame work has arrived .

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I'm following along, Ted.  :cool:



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I'm jealous Ted,it makes my 9' x 7' bedroom seem like a broom cupboard compared to your space.You could get a fullsize loco in there. :mrgreen:



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Lovely space nicely finished Ted. Following along too.
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Just a little impressed.
Following with great interest.
Keep up the good work and don't be a stranger in the pub!
That said, now the electrics are certified, do away with the aircon and install the beer fridge!



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Hi All
 Thanks for the feed back .
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 Without the fridge the beer would melt
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Wow, a massive space. 
What is your grand plan (if you have one yet!?)



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Hi All

 The air conditioner arrived today .

 Now I have to wait for the installer

to get busy .

 I also picked up a roll of cork for the track underlay .

 VERY cheap .

 Regards Ted

 

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