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  1. Thanks, ordered a few samples. I’m after something very thin, not wood core) to replace some ancient vinyl without too much alterations. I see both of those do 4mm versions, which might be ok.
  2. Doh, kinda obvious name Thanks, was after real world boats experience rather than just random Googling
  3. What’s the proper name for the thin rigid plastic board material that some folk use to line shower cubicles? thanks
  4. Conversion from steam to electric operation took two years, during which the lift was out of action for a total of 49 days.
  5. Scrub that. Close, but not quite. Closest I can find is Folio Extra Bold
  6. It looks very close to Impact, which is about the right age. https://fontsinuse.com/uses/25213/the-impact-of-impact-typeface-advert-brochure
  7. Six person-days per tank for us, so every other day when there were three of us, every other other day now there are usually two of us.
  8. Yes, that’s the usual starting position for coming down, letting water flood over the gates is frowned on. You bring a lockfull down with you.
  9. Mainly because the gates leak like a sieve, it’s only in recent years that there has been all the faffing around with the top paddles. The line is important though (although I think it’s markers on the upper face of both sets of intermediate gates, rather than the wall, unless they’ve repainted that), in a three or more chamber staircase it’s easier to drain the upper and intermediate chambers too far.
  10. A few years back the electricity board (yeah, I know they aren’t that any more) came round and fitted an switch disconnector between the CU and the meter. The terminal cover at the meter side of the switch has a company seal on the screw, the one at the CU end doesn’t. I thought they’d done that pretty much everywhere now.
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  12. If you are going to have to remove whatever cabin lining is in place, cut out the sprayfoam, then make good the foam from a can, and then put the lining back again ... why not get the brackets welded? No holes to let the water in, no need to be able to remove the lining again if they work loose?
  13. The traditional form of the loyal toast in Lancashire is “The Queen, the Duke of Lancaster”.
  14. OK, thanks. That differs from what is currently on https://www.gov.uk/guidance/full-list-of-local-restriction-tiers-by-area. Daughter is a Bath Uni student, their info hasn’t been updated since the last tier rejig (which will probably be out of date by the time term starts anyway.
  15. What’s the source for this, please? The list on gov.uk does NOT have Bath & North East Somerset moving up to Tier 3 on Boxing Day.
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