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    old wood

    Hokay,
    So this is an old historic wooden lock up which was used by our police from the late 1800's until somewhere in the early 1900'2 for incarceration of felons and other antisocials. It is now a tourist thingy in a small reserve near the local information centre.
    The character of the old timber, which is local native wood and most like grey box exucalypt, I found interesting. It is very tough wood.
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    Last edited by Dave Humphries; 18th March 2011 at 06:54 PM. Reason: added a line between each image (as requested)

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    Re: old wood

    Nice work Ken. Just a suggestion, if you can back and edit this post and put a line between each image it will make them easier to differentiate and we can apprecaite them more.

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    Re: old wood

    Thank you for kind comment and suggestion Peter. I had the same misgiving when I first viewed the multiple downloads, which I must admit, I had just been told how to do. However by sheer accident I discovered that if you click on a picture you get it to open in an individual and expanded frame, with an advancement 'next' button if you pass your mouse over the picture. Very clever programming by someone. Anyway, does this help?
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    Re: old wood

    Yes Ken I am aware of the function, it works well doesn't it. If you have a look at the post I did called Models you will see what I mean. All you have to do is hit the ENTER key (twice) after you have copied the image and it will give a space. It just makes general viewing easier.

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