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Cricket

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07-08-2014 06:24 PM

Have you seen this? This is beyond cool!
http://www.core77.com/blog/architecture/largely_intact_woodworking_shop_from_the_1700s_discovered--being_used_as_a_storage_shed_behind_a_school_27247.asp

I love seeing the history of woodworking!

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Jim Jakosh

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#1 posted 07-08-2014 06:28 PM

That will look like mine in 2314!

what a find!!

-- Jim Jakosh.....Practical Wood Products...........Learn something new every day!! Variety is the Spice of Life!!

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Andy Ponder

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#2 posted 07-08-2014 06:46 PM

I would love to see that in person.

Thanks Cricket. That is beyond cool!!!

-- AP--I thought growing old would take longer.

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CFrye

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#3 posted 07-08-2014 09:02 PM

What a find! Thanks for sharing, Cricket! That would be an awesome Kickstarter project. Let us know if you hear anything else about it, please.

-- God bless, Candy

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Cricket

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#4 posted 07-08-2014 09:09 PM

I would soooooooo love to photograph that place.

I bet you can actually FEEL the history there.

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AnonymousRequest

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#5 posted 07-09-2014 12:33 AM

Real cool! I hope they preserve it and fill it with period tools and machinery

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Don Broussard

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#6 posted 07-09-2014 01:13 AM

Thanks for posting that, Cricket! Sounds like a good idea to designate as a historical monument. Add me to the list of prospective tourists. Just curious—how’d you find the article?

-- People say I hammer like lightning. It's not that I'm fast -- it's that I never hit the same place twice!

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Cricket

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#7 posted 07-09-2014 01:20 AM



Thanks for posting that, Cricket! Sounds like a good idea to designate as a historical monument. Add me to the list of prospective tourists. Just curious—how d you find the article?

- Don Broussard

Mostly by accident. I was looking at some woodworking and tiny house workshops that I am interested in and that showed up in some search results.

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oldnovice

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#8 posted 07-09-2014 05:50 AM

That looks older that Roy Underhill’s place!

I like visiting these old places. I loved visiting Colonial Williamsburg and Jamestown a number of years ago.

-- "I never met a board I didn't like!"

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TopamaxSurvivor

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#9 posted 07-09-2014 06:18 AM

interesting, thanks! ;-)

-- Bob in WW ~ "some old things are lovely, warm still with life ... of the forgotten men who made them." - D.H. Lawrence

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Roger

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#10 posted 07-09-2014 10:43 AM

Oh yea. I’ll bet there’s many stories to be told from there. Awesome find

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