Discussion in 'Pictures and video' started by Kieran97, Dec 8, 2016.
Nice job Kieran and probably 100 times more usable than what went before!!
Thanks nash. The other barn was quite literally a haven for junk. This shed will be very useful
Grand shed , Kieran.
Have you the junk moved into and safely stored in a corner of the new shed ?
Said Junk has either been re-purposed or disposed of. My great-grand fathers slean, scythe and bicycle would want restoring at some stage. He passed away in 1949
My Great Grandfather drowned in 1874 . His ship collided with another ship off Cape Finisterre .
It was the Sweet Afton's got my great grandfather as far as I know.
The junk got me thinking there now and i thought of this video that may be of interest to ye. These two gentleman would have probably made that scythe. They appear 55 seconds into the video. They were the local blacksmiths. The younger of the brothers, Dan, who is the one working the sledge in this video, ran the forge up until about 2008, until his health declined. He passed away in 2012. They had great timing not to run into one another.
Great timing for sure. They must have been hard of hearing after years at that!
Kieran what did u use to space track out to keep it clear of sheets. Did shed few yrs ago an had bit a cobbling to get it spaced out from courageted sheets n gable. Box section on back of shed box iron worked a treat.
Tbf he didn't seem so bad, but id have a ringing in my ears after that
There was 100 x 100 box iron out up to hang the track on inside the iron. I made brackets out of 40 x 40 box and a bit of angle welded on the end with a hold drilled in it to hold the rail on. Cut square holes in the iron and slid in the 40 x 40 hangers and welded them to the 100 x 100 box
I watched all 3 parts,a great talent with the rush,didn't fancy wading out to cut them.
There was a whole series of HANDS . A Tailor called Johnston from Tullow still open making a suit for one of the Tullow Engineering Nolan’s a brother of the Hi Spec lads . The Powers still running a small foundry in New Ross . There are many more as well.
Its amazing to see how people worked years ago, it was a great talent to have.
It remember watching it now and again when i was younger. It was interesting watching