@ William's statement.......Will, the only adjustment was a new A4 paper on my cutting matt, brushed that MS & steel wool dust in the bin, and I just blew the surplus dust away, further in on the bench away from the digicam's eye
your fathers workplace is easily recognizable as the workshop of an ex shipyard worker organized and efficient. i will not comment on yours because..............
wait till you see mine i am trying to clear up a bit,
alex, my uncle's workshop is absolutely neat considered to how it looked last Satuarday so try to imagine how it was .....................
Nannu come on don't be a spoil sport
shoot and post at random
just look at mine and you can see that it is anything but organised. As Alex noted, Pa shows that he is an ex shiyard worker and he keeps everything in ship shape working order
Really glad I spurred this thread as it is proving quite entertaining and interesting.
Alex, dying to see yours, to see if things are the same as yesteryear
yes I read what is in store with two workshops now, and Ian's should prove the more interesting having permanently transformed your dining room into a workshop
Loved the "organised look " of Tiny's workshop and who can blame the cleaning lady for having "cleaned" those three tank wheels or whatever they were
Noel's look very well setup as well!
Come on guys, shoot and post your workshops at will!!!