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    Following on from Muffers back door, its something I had to do to remove the machines before I knock down the garage, first step to relocate the lean to shed to the other shed I built, then knock out the door way, first machine was the Henry Milnes Miller, not the lightest of machines and just under a metric ton....... then the Boxford lathe and the Pollard drill press, I'm in a world of pain today but all machines landed safely, just the 6' Henry Milnes lathe but that wont be moved until I've made the skates, so it will be under canvas for a few weeks.







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    Three down one to go....... the last one is the Henry Milnes Lathe, I've moved this 3 times now, the last time I had it stripped right down, this time its moving as a whole unit, at least this has a lower centre of gravity than the Miller.


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