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My railway shed.
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I knocked down an old 8'x6' shed, extended the concrete base and built a new 10'x6' shed to house Weybourne. I have photo's of the build but fairly easy but cumbersome!


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Update:New shed at new house in Newark!






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Looks the bees knees.:thumbs:



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Impressed with your shed, Ron. Our garden sheds down here are made of tin - not much good for any thing but keeping gardening stuff in and no insulation. This looks like a great little man cave.

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My man Cave.
The section with the double doors was to house my motor bike back in the day. It was taken over by the females of the tribe before a bike got near it :( so I built the bit to the rear for me. 16 x 8 9mm ply wood, double glazed and insulated (both sheds). They really keep the cold in this time of year  :lol:. Theirs is like a little house and mine is like a .... DISASTER AREA!! scares me going in sometimes.

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Peek in the window. Scary or what !! Must have a clean out BUT I need it all I tell you I'm sure I do!!

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Where's the mess Colin ... bin the exercise bike ... fit a beer fridge ... sorted ... leave the rest ... its what keeps the squaws out. Thats a cool looking cave Ron .. envious.

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Beer Fridge!!!!!

Brilliant.....thanks Ian..http://www.click

Oh.....that`s a nice shed Ron......a regular man cave as it should be.

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Far right corner under the bench :oops:
Nah! only kidding I can walk as far as the house for a beer and it is exercise. She can't complain about that, can she ?..... Can she ? http://www.click 

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