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Somewhere I visited on my holidays this week.

Turnpins, melting pot, and a selection of bending springs. Not a speedfit elbow in sight :-)
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Can you guess where I was?

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Beamish, The Black Country museum etc?

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Heheh! Tim was the probably the closest - it's actually the Weald and Downland Museum near Chichester. A really fascinating place to visit, especially for anyone interested in traditional building techniques. They do all sorts of talks and courses.

How about this for a working timber yard:-
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Not even so much as a new-fangled steam engine to power it all!

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