Hahaha, yes, whenever I hear the same thing on a radio traffic report - a shed load on the A14 - my first thought is "a shed-load of WHAT....?".....................
I would always listen to radio 2, especially the road reports. It took me ages to realise if I heard of a "shed load" that they weren't talking about a lorry full of 8 x 5's! .........................
Reminds me of the old joke about the bloke working on the building site, who goes to the foreman and says "My wheelbarrow is squeaking really badly and it's driving me mad - all day it's going EEK.......EEK.......EEK.......EEK!".................
Also I could never understand why there are so many lorry loads of wheel barrows travel along our motorways.
That's the building industry for you.
Not any more, I'm afraid Gizzy, every grain of sand needs to be accounted for these days. It's taking me montHSBC of accumulate some paviours!One reason could be, because after every building is constructed, the wheel barrows are dumped in the skip, rather than used on the next site.
I got my last barrow this way, when the builders finished the new hanger. I also got a trailer full of 10mm gravel which I had to dig out of the skip....
Aha so Jon 7 sheds then!If we're allowed to count the Keter plastic "garden stores" we were talking about a while back (they are kind-of-sheds, though not ones you can walk into), then we're currently at seven - two "real" sheds, four of the Keters and a lean-to storage shed running the whole length of one side of the house.....and we've still run out of space......
I keep looking at al that real estate to the right of the Shed that is crying out for some sidings. Perhaps a Right Hand Curved Point (placed as you enter the shed at the bottom of the pic) may be the way to utilise it all?
You might be able to slide a switch in were the first left curved track is ( in front of the Stainz )for another spur.(USA lingo )
I see what you mean there is some wasted space there.I keep looking at al that real estate to the right of the Shed that is crying out for some sidings. Perhaps a Right Hand Curved Point (placed as you enter the shed at the bottom of the pic) may be the way to utilise it all?