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Forum: Church 11-10-2004, 16:23
Replies: 87
Views: 10,002
Posted By Tealeaf
Re: Church's Historic Waterfront

The interesting thing about Blackburn Road, which as Atarah says, was built as a Turnpike Road following an Act of Parliament in 1826, is not the road itself, but the preceding road..does anyone know...
Forum: Church 02-09-2004, 17:13
Replies: 87
Views: 10,002
Posted By Tealeaf
Re: Church's Historic Waterfront

Right....back to the subject of the warehouse & the 2 questions I originally posed, one of which has been correctly answered by A-B., that the rear design allowed for loads to be moved from/to...
Forum: Church 24-08-2004, 08:10
Replies: 87
Views: 10,002
Posted By Tealeaf
Re: Church's Historic Waterfront

OK A-B.....You've got it. If you have a hoist (comprising pivot, jib and block & tackle) directly against a wall it's maximum arc of operation is 180 degrees (it can lift or drop to it's left, right...
Forum: Church 23-08-2004, 16:37
Replies: 87
Views: 10,002
Posted By Tealeaf
Re: Church's Historic Waterfront

OK...now that some of you have replied to the questions, I'll give you a couple of further clues. So far, Doug has been partially right on the height of the entrance & K.S.H. is going in the right...
Forum: Church 23-08-2004, 15:43
Replies: 87
Views: 10,002
Posted By Tealeaf
Re: Church's Historic Waterfront

Just to let you know that there is an article in today's "Times"which compare the East Lancs Elevate Regeneration Schemes to the forced housing clearances of the Scottish Highlands in the 18 & 19th...
Forum: Church 19-08-2004, 17:06
Replies: 87
Views: 10,002
Posted By Tealeaf
Re: Church's Historic Waterfront

Oops.....wrong Piccy...a-bob......can You Help...need Piccy's 84 & 96

Cheers

Tea
Forum: Church 19-08-2004, 17:04
Replies: 87
Views: 10,002
Posted By Tealeaf
Church's Historic Waterfront

Well, at last something appears to be happening to Church's Grade II listed warehouse - although, alas, not to it's equally illustrious neighbour, the Commercial Hotel. We don't know yet weather this...
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