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- The Fred Dibnah Heritage Centre
- 121 Radcliffe Road
- BL2 1NU
- United Kingdom
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Two oil cans, length of longest approx. 15" (2).
A circle saw blade, diameter approx. 21", a lever, a weather vane and a suitcase (4).
A TUV YP3725B3/1 log splitter, length approx. 32" (in good working order).
An approx. 10ft measuring stick, believed to be used by Dibnah in chimney demolition.
Two iron gate bolts, each length approx. 37 1/2" (2).
A device believed to have been invented by Dibnah for raising and lowering scaffolding from the top of chimneys.
A quantity of wrought iron fittings, chisels, nuts and bolts etc.
Two short red ladders (strictly for decorative purposes only).
A quantity of single, double and triple rope pulleys (21).
Fourteen various single, double and triple rope pulleys with various ropes.
Two pine ammunition crates, each width approx. 18 1/2" (2).
A custom made set of iron railings with scrolled detail, height approx. 37".
A red and black painted wheel, diameter approx. 18".
A Victorian belt-driven double ended grinder by Carters Engineers & Co. New Bailey Salford Manchester, on fluted column, width approx. 40".
A motorised 'Alcosa' forge fan by William Allday & Co. Ltd, diameter approx. 20".
A forge fan, diameter approx. 18" and a further example (2).
A 'Richmond' radial arm drill by Thomas Mitchell & Sons Ltd. Engineers & Merchants Bolton, height approx. 75", with a 27" by 40" bench (2).
An iron A-frame, approx. 20ft tall, on 15" wheels, and three chain hoists (4).
A winch by Carter & Co. Salford, inscribed '15', height approx. 46".
Part of a traction engine water tank, length approx. 56".
Three Danks 'Lancashire' boiler doors, diameter of largest approx. 28 1/2" and a pump by Godwin (4).
A cast iron ended garden bench, width approx. 49".
A cast iron ended garden bench, width approx. 51".
A large quantity of stone to include two part gate posts.
A cast iron ended garden bench, width approx. 47".
A cast iron ended garden bench, width approx. 50".
The centre from 'Sputnik' used by Dibnah when felling chimneys, with six legs, diameter approx. 26".
Nine telegraph poles/ gate posts and sundry timber.
Various iron items for scrap, to include a small gate. ...[more]
A Victorian white painted garden table and chair, purportedly once used by Dibnah at the topping out ceremony of the chimney in the yard.