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Default Other side and a down the line view of Yosser's wall

On 01/05/2021 19:10, Andrew wrote:
On 01/05/2021 17:59, ARW wrote:
On 01/05/2021 10:37, Andy Bennet wrote:
On 30/04/2021 20:18, williamwright wrote:
On 30/04/2021 20:08, ARW wrote:****wall2.jpg****wall3.jpg

Ah well...


It's "functional".

For how long?

Are those class B engineering bricks though ?. The view along the
top of the wall makes me think they are. If so, they don't have
the suction of normal bricks, and IMHO very difficult to build
tidy walls with, which is not an issue when the 'wall' is the
four sides of a below-ground sewer access point.

I used engineering bricks for the dwarf (and higher) walls in my
conservatory, as they were the closest looking match I could easily get
to the existing extension. My first proper attempt at bricklaying, 900
bricks and 125 blocks, and it turned out pretty well.