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How do you calculate the 13 ft?
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Guess what happens when he gets proved wrong
He snaps...
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Yes, I freely admit that I've got this model and layout badly wrong. Back to the drawing board.
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Thanks Stephen, I could do with some help on this one so If you've got some plans/maps/drawings etc. that I could look at then I would be very grateful indeed.

To be fair to Simon my model of 'Prater's Stairs' wasn't based on anything other than the 1 x 1ft grid squares he used for his plan of No.13.

In my model, the store room is on the 1st floor landing (the 9 x 5 room between the front and back rooms). The shed didn't have an actual store room in the model, it just 'borrowed' space from 'Prater's Stairs divided by a partition.

All that's academic now since the model turned out to be whack!

Thanks for any help you can provide. I'll endeavour to do it right this time (although I can't promise )


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Nice to know that you've seen sense on this one. I'm a big fan of your graphics but your work here has been illogical and quite nonsensical. Basing your work on Simon Wood's dodgy 2005 diagram wasn't a good idea. Didn't you realise that the store room and the Shed weren't on the same floor? I sussed out the inevitable internal layout of 26 Dorset Street and the connection with 13 Millers Court and 'Prater's stairs' years ago and if you want my help in creating a realistic video just ask.
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It's a noble effort nonetheless. I think it's admirable that you have put the time and energy in recreating something to give us all a better understanding of the layout. I look forward to your revised model.
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Old 12-13-2015, 04:39 PM
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Hi Richard

What you are doing is very difficult and highly technical, so it's normal to expect one or two false starts.
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Guess what happens when you take away 9 from 22 Pierre.
By P's research I'd say 39
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No need to apologise.
Most find your work fascinating, I for one am happy to wait as long as it takes

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Old 12-14-2015, 05:39 AM
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Thanks Stephen, I could do with some help on this one so If you've got some plans/maps/drawings etc. that I could look at then I would be very grateful indeed.

To be fair to Simon my model of 'Prater's Stairs' wasn't based on anything other than the 1 x 1ft grid squares he used for his plan of No.13.

In my model, the store room is on the 1st floor landing (the 9 x 5 room between the front and back rooms). The shed didn't have an actual store room in the model, it just 'borrowed' space from 'Prater's Stairs divided by a partition.

All that's academic now since the model turned out to be whack!

Thanks for any help you can provide. I'll endeavour to do it right this time (although I can't promise )
Hi Richardh,

You are doing fine work. Use this plan and you can not get it wrong.

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I will Pierre. Thanks.

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You are doing fine work. Use this plan and you can not get it wrong.

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