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Top left the big triangle and side path

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Top left the big triangle and side path
Top right straight on view you can pick out the split where the slice of house moves away. Bottom left next door and bottom right around the back with the attic water tank overflow marking the tiling and way up at the top a strange raised piece of roofing which is where the slice of house docks with the back slope
Posted by theinfill.wordpress.com on September 25, 2018 Slideshow

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theinfill.wordpress.com
1:01 PM on October 3, 2018 
Jan says...
Amazingly accurate in every detail.

It keeps me out of trouble and stimulates the brain/panic button, when things don't go so well :)
Jan
6:17 AM on October 3, 2018 
Amazingly accurate in every detail.
Maddy
11:14 AM on September 26, 2018 
It is all so truly amazing, a work of love and dedication. Thank you, so much, for showing it when there are so few followers at the moment. I admit to coming on site with little hope of seeing anything new during these times. It is wonderful when I am rewarded with such a sight (site!).
theinfill.wordpress.com
4:57 AM on September 26, 2018 
Rosemary says...
Fantastic house! What an amazing result from those early days of creating those bendy windows and all the other problems that tried to trip you up at nearly every turn. Very fit for a museum to show life as it was during or just after WW2.

You're v kind, Rosemary, but as for a number of us I suspect, I do it as a self-indulgence and to make sure that my brain and body are still ticking over a little each day :) An indulgence in memory in this case. Once this is done (chimneys, gutters etc and electric checking to do) I think it's time I moved on to small, small, possibly very small items and used up all the gubbins I've still got lying around.
Rosemary
3:51 AM on September 26, 2018 
Fantastic house! What an amazing result from those early days of creating those bendy windows and all the other problems that tried to trip you up at nearly every turn. Very fit for a museum to show life as it was during or just after WW2.

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