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  • #61
    "Can't remember where i learned the pipe trick"


    When they were moving pyramid blocks. Remember?

    Philip

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    • #62
      Originally posted by Philip View Post
      "Can't remember where i learned the pipe trick"


      When they were moving pyramid blocks. Remember?

      Philip
      Ah yes. Now I remember.

      Bernd

      New York, Vermont & Northern Rwy. - Route of the Black Diamonds

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      • #63
        Finally got all the outside walls studded of the machine shop and wood shop. The south wall of the wood shop will get a coat of paint. Then all the wood working tools get moved against the wall so I can finish the east wall and then start the divider wall between the two shops.

        Studding in place.

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        Insulation installed.

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        Paneling nailed on.

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        Hopefully tomorrow I can get a couple of layers of paint on, if I can find my painting equipment.

        Until next time.

        Bernd
        New York, Vermont & Northern Rwy. - Route of the Black Diamonds

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        • #64
          Walled painted. That finishes the first wall.

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          The color is very light gray. A color Dave (aka deemery) suggested. Worked out perfectly. That'll be it for posting on this subject for a while. I'll get everything completed and take some final pictures to post.

          Until next time.

          Bernd
          New York, Vermont & Northern Rwy. - Route of the Black Diamonds

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          • #65
            Nice work. Is that luan?

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            • #66
              Originally posted by Philip View Post
              Nice work. Is that luan?
              Thanks Philip. Yes it is. Much easier to handle than drywall. Doesn't need to look pretty.

              Bernd
              New York, Vermont & Northern Rwy. - Route of the Black Diamonds

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              • #67
                It's been three weeks and I've got an update on the basement redo. I got all the luan up and painted in the wood shop portion. The studs are up for enclosing both wood and metal shop. That big gap to the right is going to be two 2 foot wide pocket doors. I won't have to worry about getting stuff out of the way to open the door. The opening is four feet wide so I can get lumber in and out of the wood shop easier. I still haven't decided if I will add a wall between the metal and wood shop. That's to be decided later once all the furniture is set in it's proper place. So here a couple of pictures to hold you over till the next major work progresses.

                Right wall painted. Back wall luan installation finished.

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                Partial back wall painted. Front wall studs in place.

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                That's it for now. Until next time.

                Bernd
                New York, Vermont & Northern Rwy. - Route of the Black Diamonds

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