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variation on Triang no.55 Mayflower?

Internal rooms, at top.

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Internal rooms, at top.
No ceiling, the room goes up into the roof space.
Posted on November 20, 2017 Full Size|

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6 Comments

Brooksey
6:52 AM on November 26, 2017 
Lots of very old two-storey cottages have no ceilings upstairs - the upper rooms are like attics. I like the effect very much.
Jan
4:16 PM on November 22, 2017 
I like them left open its a lovely house.
Trumble's Mum
2:22 AM on November 22, 2017 
I lived in a real house that had no ceilings in the upper floor. Our current house has only partial ones in the bedrooms bcause it was originally jut one storey with platform sleeping and storage spaces so that, when another floor was put in, the eaves came half waydown the front and back interior walls.
Rosemary
5:24 AM on November 21, 2017 
Someone on this site has a very similar Mayflower so it will be interesting to hear her comments. I have never either handled one or owned one - just viewed photos or seen them in museums so no first hand comments - except I thought the Mayflower roofs were "tidier" slates.
theinfill.wordpress.com
4:00 AM on November 21, 2017 
Ah, hadn't noticed that in the full view of the 6 spaces. What are you thinking of doing?
Edel
1:31 PM on November 20, 2017 
Cheapskates, those Lines brothers. But I like the effect.

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