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July of 2009 my shop burnt and now I have a new shop. Thank God for insurance. The fire solved a lot of minor issues and I got to build what I wanted this time. I went form 7’6″ ceiling to 10′. From open rafters with 2 posts in the middle of the shop, to a room in attic truss with no post and a 12 x 30 storage room above. I have added a couple of photos from the burn and will post one of the new shop.
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This is the main had tool shelf above my radial arm.
This is the outside of the 120 year old shop structure that burnt.
There was a lean too on the back where the fire started
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