Monday, 10 May 2010


Well, the sponsor a pane initiative is back on after some vandal (Alan) managed to crack one of the panes of glass. I'll contact Glassmaster tomorrow and order two more so we have one spare. As has been written on this blog frequently, the kiosk is not precision engineered and some areas are not perfect. In this case, the kiosk frame is slightly wavy, and when the brass pin was tapped in, the glazing frame pushed against the glass and cracked it.

We now have two sides of the kiosk fully glazed, and we have started on the door. As can be seen, the PUSH/PULL sign has been fitted (and we got it the right way round). This is a major milestone as it is one of the three key additions which will be added over the next few days.

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