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Bird cages? The tether and weight on the top indicates they're the tropicalised hurricane-resistant version.

 

On a more serious note, are they anything to do with airships?

 

Not any of those Lauren

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They look a bit like some kind of tail fins. I am interested in the shape on the lower end as I cannot imagine what they are designed to suit.

 

trevor

 

Not tail fins Trevor.

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weather balloons

 

I see what you are thinking Wally but its nothing airborne.

 

The are 4 of these or I suppose more correctly 2 pairs in the diagram.

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these are frames made of steel which are used as a pair which are covered or inserted into what to make something

are they to make a tow

 

They are not solely frames as such but depict the edges of the structures Wally. I have sprayed in the sides of the things. Don't understand "to make a tow".

 

You won't believe this a.jpg

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Bathing huts! :D Or in military terms, are they de contamination sprays?

 

I can see the similarity Tony but not meant for either of those things.

 

Perhaps I could enter in the competition/ http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2016/apr/15/dorset-residents-angry-over-tv-shows-beach-hut-competition

 

This design would certainly be better than what I have seen so far that are indulgent designs that look like a mixture of something for Dr Who designed at Tate Modern :embarrassed:

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I'm thinking this might be submerged, the beams overhead and tie-downs may be to prevent the objects from floating up.

 

PS, re those car spraying lessons you where going to give me, I'd like to cancel if possible..:D

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a tow as l know it is a float for sweeping mines or a target towed behind a ship or between two ships

is this a shelter or a hide

 

Ah I'm with you now Wally, no its not that. Shelter/hide is a good idea but not that.

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