Thursday, July 05, 2007

Engine room prep

Engine room prepLike some kind of strange disease, the red oxide primer is spreading in the engine room.

It's a tedious job, mostly done by Fred, but this preparation for painting in the engine room is nevertheless crucial for a lasting result.

I am so looking forward to white paint going onto the walls of the engine room. The place will be so much brighter as a result.

4 comments:

  1. How lovely to have an engine room that you can walk around in! most of those I come across including my current one are built just to house an engine!( or two) Any work on was never thought about in my opinion. at my size I need a padded chest and arms like a gibbon to do anything on most engines :o)) Boy is she going to look great when the bits are painted!

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  2. My engine room is not as big as Tims by the look of it ,but you can wander around it and get at everything quite easily . And having a proper engine room is great because you feel you are in a real ship !! . This must be a man thing the ultimate toy.I think a lot of people would raise their eyes to the heavens and mutter things about us being a bit sad .But it keeps us happy.

    It's looking good Tim

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  3. Hi Rob

    The engine room is praying for more rain!

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