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In most building drawings the type of lines on the floor represent something hidden, so maybe something different under the floor?

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Those lines represent the centre lines of something, not necessarily a partition, maybe a different a paint colour area or similar?

 

Not centre lines Bernard more the limits of something but with no physical partition.

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In most building drawings the type of lines on the floor represent something hidden, so maybe something different under the floor?

 

No nothing as intriguing or a complex as that Bernard just solid floor.

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Coal Storage ? I have seen a similar brick structure used to contain a pile of coal elsewhere.

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Coal Storage ? I have seen a similar brick structure used to contain a pile of coal elsewhere.

 

Yes very well done! Spot on!

 

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So where do the bagging up scales go? there should be a little square for them marked out somewhere...:-D

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Measured in on a weighbridge or counted in if sacks, with two sacks per load checked for weight. But there are no instructions concerning the scales & location.

 

Curiously wet coal weighs less than dry coal - "The fact is proved conclusively"

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Curiously wet coal weighs less than dry coal - "The fact is proved conclusively"

 

Quite so and dew wet's wetter than rain wet :-D....g'night Cliv

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Weighs about 80 lb, very incontrovertibley scientific!

 

Had this winnable argument years ago in regards to lorry loads of ballast, sometimes the water would still be pouring out of the lorry tailgate when it arrived.

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That's completely bonkers Clive, but it poses a very significant problem.

 

So exactly how much number 9 coal do you need to move to get another day older and break even, wet or dry?

 

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