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  • Originally posted by richardh View Post
    Actually, the link should work as long as I keep the window open on my PC. So annotate the image using the link above.
    Sorry, no can do Richard. I'm a total Luddite as regards digital technology.

    Otherwise I would have flooded this thread with diagrams.

    But if you read what I say carefully you'll get there in the end.

    My my, what an arrogant prick I am.
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    • Okay,
      It's just that I can't work out how to get a 12 x 6 store room into that space on the landing!

      Might leave it as it is as I'm not really into guessing games!



      Originally posted by Stephen Thomas View Post
      Sorry, no can do Richard. I'm a total Luddite as regards digital technology.

      Otherwise I would have flooded this thread with diagrams.

      But if you read what I say carefully you'll get there in the end.

      My my, what an arrogant prick I am.
      Last edited by richardh; 01-19-2016, 10:32 AM.
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      • Originally posted by richardh View Post
        I can't work out how to get a 12 x 6 store room into that space on the landing!
        Hi Richard

        OK maybe the snooker table comparison wasn't too clever. If the house was only 12 ft. wide (and it certainly looks that way from the 1928 photo of the front) and the stairwell was only 5 ft. wide then the back room which contained a corridor and a store room large enough for people to sleep in could only have been 7 ft. wide. If the corridor was 3 ft. wide that would mean the store room would have been about 4 ft. x 9 ft.
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