A plane left lying on its blade face?
It was for a picture of a plane for a blog post: (Edit): the plane was photographed halfway through planing a piece of wood, hence the shavings visible.A plane left lying on its blade face?
Shockingly bad treatment of a quality tool.
Always, always, leave a plane lying on its side.
Is it just me or can anyone see a really sad face there.I bought a Carradice saddle bag 5 years ago. It hasn't seen much action in the last 2 years and with them supposedly being 'the best' i think it'll be around for many decades. I haven't opened the bag for quite a while. I just hope i didn't leave some sandwiches in there the last time i used it!
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That's a beauty, I keep looking at 1930s clocks but haven't pulled the trigger on one yet.
The clock was made in the early/mid 1950's with a 1930's art deco look. Apparently,there was an art deco revival in the 1950's. I let it run down sometimes just to let me have a break from the loud 'boings'/chimes. A midday or midnight 12 'boing' chime takes approximately 1 minute 10 seconds. Bloody annoying when you're trying to talk to someone on the phone,or listen to summat on the radio!!That's a beauty, I keep looking at 1930s clocks but haven't pulled the trigger on one yet.
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