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When travelling to work most days a week I pass two of our standard scrolled arches in a front garden close to the road. They have been there for at least sixteen years.Last week I had been out delivering and was passing that particular house on the way back to the workshop, the lady of the house was in the garden watering some of her plants.I stopped the van and introduced myself, asked if I could photograph the arches and put the pictures on our website. We discussed the arches, which had been put in the ground after delivery and not touched since. They thought as I did they had been in their garden at least sixteen years and they are still going strong

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  • good man phill,looks just
    the job mate
  • Thanks Chris, glad you like it.
    It's like your stuff made to be around for a while.
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