|Sculptor bobbing like a cork on an ocean|
|The hold sides look good - a second coat|
for the back end bulkhead perhaps
We were surprised how good the iron work was and we noted that the knees were fabricated by Harts Hill Iron Works. There's more information on Harts Hill Iron Works here from the Black Country Bugle.
The bulkhead was given a second coat early on and a decision made to give the hold sides a second coat as so much equipment had been removed to gain access and the second coat would only take an hour or so to apply.
That done dunnage was made (from the redundant picnic tables from the Museum Green - a good bit of recycling) to lift the IBCs half an inch or so for two reasons:
- To allow air to circulate underneath
- To allow the drain valves to be easily accessed
Volunteer hours 34 (total 962 to date)