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The top of a gate post404 viewsThe post, before it was installed, reminded me of the top of an obelisk.
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The new privacy gate being installed301 viewsWe're tired of folks passing on the public footpath stopping to look into our stableyard --- hence the installation of the two meter gate.
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Gate Closure535 viewsPhotographed from within the stable yard.
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Northern Gate Post184 viewsTop hinge, photographed from within the stable yard.
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Northern Gate Post166 viewsTop hinge, photographed from within the stable yard.
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Hinge Placement161 viewsNorthern gate post, top hinge, photographed from the stable yard.
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Wooden Gates186 viewsThe wooden gates, closed, viewed from the stable yard.
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Wooden Gate Closure155 viewsThis photograph shows how the gates have warped. Our handyman sanded the edges of both gates -- when Albion refused to do so -- otherwise the gates would not close at all.
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Northern Gate Post171 viewsTop hinge, photographed from within the stable yard.
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Northern Gate Post165 viewsLower hinge, photographed within the stable yard.
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Lower Portion of Gates175 viewsPhotographed from within the stable yard. As a result of the gates moving or changing shape, the metal poles no longer fit in the posts set in concrete in the stable yard.
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Upper Hinge - Southern Gate886 viewsView from the stable yard of the upper hinge on the southern gate post. Because the bolt on the bracket was close to the hinge, the hinge itself could not be mounted in the centre of the gate post. The hinges, therefore, appear to have cracked the gate posts on both sides.
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