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Clive Brown 118/11/2021 21:49:21
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I can't see any joint!

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peak418/11/2021 22:02:45
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Isn't that piece made up of four lengths of decking, two short with concave rounded ends, and two long with a curved notch taken out of one side?

Bill

Clive Hartland18/11/2021 22:13:08
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Maybe it is to hold the bridge up?

Nigel Graham 218/11/2021 22:50:57
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Full marks to the designer for imagination!

Speedy Builder519/11/2021 07:36:34
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I always liked this one:

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Journeyman19/11/2021 09:24:08
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I don't know about "I can't see any joint!"... I don't think I can see the pointlaugh

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The planks are clearly visible to me...

John

Howard Lewis20/11/2021 06:32:37
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There appears to be a joint line about 1/3 of the way in from the front?

Howard

roy entwistle20/11/2021 09:31:47
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And one about 1/3 from the back

Roy

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