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Stothert & Pitt Crane Restoration Project in Southwick


 This is probably the oldest surviving crane built by the famous Bath firm of Stothert & Pitt circa 1864. A small group of interested people have rescued the crane and it now sits in Southwick where it will be restored, the eventual plan is to put it on public display in Bath.


 I am putting together a small team of practical hands on people who would like to help with the project which is estimated to take two years. We can be very flexible as to what days are worked depending on peoples other commitments.

 

 This is an interesting new project that will be worked on in the village
 For more detail please contact Peter Dunn on 07719911421 or email on petendunn@aol.com


 

 

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Stothert & Pitt Crane Restoration Project in Southwick


 This is probably the oldest surviving crane built by the famous Bath firm of Stothert & Pitt circa 1864. A small group of interested people have rescued the crane and it now sits in Southwick where it will be restored, the eventual plan is to put it on public display in Bath.


 I am putting together a small team of practical hands on people who would like to help with the project which is estimated to take two years. We can be very flexible as to what days are worked depending on peoples other commitments.

 

 This is an interesting new project that will be worked on in the village
 For more detail please contact Peter Dunn on 07719911421 or email on petendunn@aol.com


 

 

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crane revised

Stothert & Pitt Crane Restoration Project in Southwick


 This is probably the oldest surviving crane built by the famous Bath firm of Stothert & Pitt circa 1864. A small group of interested people have rescued the crane and it now sits in Southwick where it will be restored, the eventual plan is to put it on public display in Bath.


 I am putting together a small team of practical hands on people who would like to help with the project which is estimated to take two years. We can be very flexible as to what days are worked depending on peoples other commitments.

 

 This is an interesting new project that will be worked on in the village
 For more detail please contact Peter Dunn on 07719911421 or email on petendunn@aol.com


 

 

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Stothert & Pitt Crane Restoration Project in Southwick


 This is probably the oldest surviving crane built by the famous Bath firm of Stothert & Pitt circa 1864. A small group of interested people have rescued the crane and it now sits in Southwick where it will be restored, the eventual plan is to put it on public display in Bath.


 I am putting together a small team of practical hands on people who would like to help with the project which is estimated to take two years. We can be very flexible as to what days are worked depending on peoples other commitments.

 

 This is an interesting new project that will be worked on in the village
 For more detail please contact Peter Dunn on 07719911421 or email on petendunn@aol.com


 

 

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Stothert & Pitt Crane Restoration Project in Southwick


 This is probably the oldest surviving crane built by the famous Bath firm of Stothert & Pitt circa 1864. A small group of interested people have rescued the crane and it now sits in Southwick where it will be restored, the eventual plan is to put it on public display in Bath.


 I am putting together a small team of practical hands on people who would like to help with the project which is estimated to take two years. We can be very flexible as to what days are worked depending on peoples other commitments.

 

 This is an interesting new project that will be worked on in the village
 For more detail please contact Peter Dunn on 07719911421 or email on petendunn@aol.com


 

 

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