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Re: Trethevy Quoit in danger
Mar 02, 2013, 23:22
bladup wrote:
Sanctuary wrote:
bladup wrote:
nigelswift wrote:
OK, I get the message!

But going back to the stability issue, if you're concerned that the EH engineer needs to reconsider maybe your best bet is to get a friendly structural engineer to contact him?

Mulfra's also cut [lots] on the underside of the capstone and would slot onto the uprights perfectly because of it, But i'm sure you've seen that Roy. and of course Zennor as well.

Yep zennor has some beauties but nobody ever considered them as being important.

I'd say the mulfra one is probably the most worked, it's had a huge amount of stone broken off the underside so it fits neatly on it's uprights.

Yes I've got some good pix of that Paul. I wonder where the missing side flanker ended up... any thoughts cos it's pretty barren up there isn't it?
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