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stagedamager last won the day on May 3 2013

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About stagedamager

  • Birthday 06/09/1980

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    Langley Mill

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    Company Director @ Langley Mill Boatyard
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    Oak, Ash & BCN 1645
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    Langley Mill

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  1. I think it looks just fine and if I had the money brinklow would be my first choice of builder. None of this bend a couple of plates round and pull the base plate up to form a bow type of builder. A hull built to swim, which looks right and built to a high standard. You can't have a Ferrari for the price of a Cortina.
  2. There was a guy who did the same with a Kelvin K2 which we very nearly purchased but they then decided to keep it instead. I think this is going to happen more and more as boats sell and people are wanting a lower maintenance turn key engine. And we'll all be waiting!! Kind regards Dan
  3. Hi David Good to hear from you. PM sent. Kind regards Dan
  4. The pinxton branch of the great northern railway used to run on the line that is now the bypass. Langley Mill and Eastwood station was approximately 100m east of the pub. The railway split at awsworth junction and the branch to derby swung left and crossed the bennerley viaduct, still extant by Stenson's lock and the pinxton branch swung north over the giltbrook viaduct, known locally as 40 bridges. I think the sun inn meetings were the midland railway. I could be wrong though. I normally am..... Hope this helps. Kind regards Dan
  5. Aah you guys! Thanks for your kind words. As a footnote to works on Nightwatch, we installed a new skin tank to a slightly bigger size to the one that was there. Given the complexities of access, we installed as a stand alone tank snug to the swim. This, it turns out wasn't up to the task so we are now installing new tanks on the outside of the swim, to a larger surface area which will assist with a more efficient cooling system. We are more than happy to deal with the issues and get it right for Martyn. However. It is raining. So we are currently dodging showers!! Kind regards Dan
  6. https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F123060360538 I've just bought some if these. I'll let you know if any good! Kind regards Dan
  7. That's good news...……… 😉 See you tomorrow then!!
  8. If anyone is looking at Hyades and needs somewhere to moor her we would happily offer a reduced mooring for her at Langley Mill Boatyard as we like to see ourselves as a butty haven. Too many are being chopped these days and I think it is important to preserve them as much as possible.
  9. We have recently acquired a stock of 1 2 and 3 cylinder Armstrongs. Also a load of spares which we we are yet to catalogue, but there is a lot in the boxes. We have a good 3 cylinder and also 3, 2 cylinders which we would look at selling as short engines to drop onto your marinised feet and gearboxes should it be required. If anyone is interested, drop me an email to dan(at)langleymillboatyard.co.uk. we are a few weeks away from digging into the spares but if it's urgent I can have a look! Kind regards Dan
  10. I'm a fan of the polyplumb range both ours are done in it. There wasn't however any isolating valves on any of the systems.....
  11. Many a happy time on her. She worked as a camper for a while with Meteor for a while too.
  12. We have a domino jointer if you need to align boards.
  13. I may have some 6 x 1 oak planking......
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