> Thank you for confirming you don't have a clue
> what it takes to achieve that construction.
> And you have the gall to attempt to insult those
> who doubt those things were built in the 3rd mill
Cut a cuboid block. Six sides. hard work.
Mark out perimeter lip. Easy
Grid up. nearly as easy.
Chain drill. Very tedious and hard work. If you have a drill that's man enough for the job.
Knock out webs. Kinda fun if you have a chisel hard enough.
Chase out up to perimeter lip. Chisel?
After all that hard granite work they couldn't cut the block to a correct and consistent front to rear dimension in the first place???
Or maybe they didn't cut the block in the first place???
Because they couldn't cut the block.
Maybe, possibly, someone else, who could cut the block in the first place cut the block... In the first place.
All six cuts, no less.
For something else altogether.
Which is why the hard granite block didn't fit. Tooooo big. Wrong size.. Designed and cut for something else.
Which is why the soft limestone wall had to be modified/cut back to allow the hard granite block (which was too big) to fit.
They're re-cycled blocks.
The hard granite wall builders had to make do with what they could scavenge.
Which accounts for the mismatched dogs breakfast seen below.
All of which doesn't account for the bosses which would at least double the work.
Edited 8 time(s). Last edit at 11-Jun-18 23:11 by Jon Ellison.