Looks a good ob there Bruce. Good to see you still have a few lads about that can swing a hammer (or as I think they're called in the Black country an ommer). There just aren't too many blokes left out there who have your skills so a enjoyable video.
Good job Bruce. I have not seen your film before. Thank you Takbok for posting it.
Excellent. The only weird thing is the title...where is the street? Or is that just a translation of the Chinese for outside I wonder?As an engineer I appreciate what these guys are making with the kit on hand. Not that I would be asking for a "Start" on Monday morning!
Tidy job.Thanks for posting this really interesting. I do a bit of black smithing mainly as a hobby , any other blacksmiths out there? Here's a knife I made a few years ago.
yes, we didnt want to trust him with a hammer , mark did a great job running the fires and getting the weld bars up to heat out of other fires and getting them in place ,Good job Bruce. I have not seen your film before. Thank you Takbok for posting it.
Am I correct in thinking the bloke with the yellow glasses holding the anchor shaft is one Mark Constable?
Although there is a pleasure gained from the efficiency of repetitive work I do not think it would be for me either.I felt sorry for those men that worked on the chain gang,what a life to look forward to on a Monday morning,no muffs,gloves,eye shields and constant hammering all day long would have been miserable.
A foreman that undoubtedly was a brutal pig would have made it worse I`m sure.