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Monday, 5 December 2016

Now They Put It On The Roads. That Was A Good Idea, Wasn't It !!!

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  1. The funny thing about steel, Mr Z, is the way it changes over the years, yet remains the same!

    When I was a shipwright, a sheet of steel was measured in imperial measure. However, when I was first called up into the RAF for National Service, as a Sheet Metal worker, I found that a sheet of steel was measured in Standard Wire Gauge (SWG). Many years later when managing a Steel Fabrications Factory steel was measured in metric.

    Consequently, a sheet of steel, one-eighth of an inch thick, became 10 SMG and then 3mm.

    More useless knowledge ... enough to drive you off the rails

  2. Steel yourself, John.

    Steel yourself.


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