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« Reply #285 on: October 10, 2013, 03:30:45 PM »

Nice stall, one of the better ones I've seen. Really.
Usually there is a high mounted tank on the back wall, a pull chain, and a copper tube or steel
pipe running down to the opening.....  Some old news print...
Nice water/rust stains running down the wall.
6 years back and forth to the small Russian villages, you see some things...
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« Reply #286 on: October 12, 2013, 02:30:52 AM »

Ken,

My sympathies on this being one of the better stalls you have seen.


There does seem to have been some sort of pipe that ran up the wall at the right....I was wondering what that might have been...thought maybe a vent,....but your comment of pipe to a tank makes much more sense. Thanks!

Will have to see if I can find a photo of an appropriate tank design to include.
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« Reply #287 on: October 22, 2013, 01:02:46 PM »

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Here is a really tiny observation: To my eye the cardboard bricks don't quite measure up to the other materials. Not the finish or the weathering but the material itself. In that magnified close-up you can see how some corners have a raised ridge thus making the adjacent part of the brick look sort of concave. Possibly the overall texture is a little smooth (although I have seen brick of almost any texture so maybe that doesn't count).

My goodness I thought I was picky. I am sorry to be late to this party but Marc the big birch seed leaf jumps out like a sore thumb to me. Sorry for not speaking up sooner. The other work just blows me away, you really are a master at this!

And if I am wrong about the birch seed then you can flog me with a withe.

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« Reply #288 on: October 22, 2013, 03:08:32 PM »

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Here is a really tiny observation: To my eye the cardboard bricks don't quite measure up to the other materials. Not the finish or the weathering but the material itself. In that magnified close-up you can see how some corners have a raised ridge thus making the adjacent part of the brick look sort of concave. Possibly the overall texture is a little smooth (although I have seen brick of almost any texture so maybe that doesn't count).

My goodness I thought I was picky. I am sorry to be late to this party but Marc the big birch seed leaf jumps out like a sore thumb to me. Sorry for not speaking up sooner. The other work just blows me away, you really are a master at this!

And if I am wrong about the birch seed then you can flog me with a withe.

Michael

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