Tree Huggers look away now.......
Having finished the lower section of the garden, I made a surprise attack on the top level where my railway shed will be located. With the weather changing the billion sparrows that use the trees at the top of the garden as a Launchpad, to get the thousand or so bird feeders in my next door neighbour's garden, it was time to move out.
At the back of the garden I have 6.5m by 6.5m space to locate the shed. I also found a telegraph pole in there, which I need to leave access for.
Having cleared the rubble, and bought a big saw, myself and the misses attacked the tree's. After been bitten to death by Midges the tree were down.
I now have 7 big stumps to be dug out. And a large pile of trees and branch's to be removed. And a huge space to be filled by a railway shed.
With the telegraph pole at the top right of the garden and the support wire coming along the back fence line. I am losing about half a meter off from the back fence and to the right for access. So I have about 6 meters square to put the shed on. I will draw the back garden up in AutoCAD to scale and design the layout so I can get as much shed and a less grief as poss.
The next stage here once the trees are away, is to get the hut moved forward and the walls built along the sides and the back, and a nice concrete floor.
Carpark build update.
I have 3 more levels built with lights and cars added. It has been slow progress on this but time has been against me. I think I am going to have to pick up more cars as I have close to 100 on already.
I am hoping to get more of this built on Wednesday night, at least get a few floors put in place.