Nice job, as always, Colin!
Plenty spare brass pumps here!
Or I can send you one from bonnie Aberdeenshire.
These guards are almost always missing from Tilley radiators but probably not that hard to make.
Seems to be doing its job then Tony.
What, the chickens?
Looking good so far Tony. By the way, who or what is the wee mannie on the shelf behind in your first pic of this lamp?
Darryl will be heartened to see what you’ve done with this lamp Frank.
I think that’s a bit of an understatement Jeff!
Expecting a long, cold winter Colin?
That example from your collection is absolutely stunning and hopefully we’ll see more pics in the future.
Nice job Phil.
Thinking of you Stevie. Sixteen months since I lost my Mum at age 94, was sure she would see 100 but the Big ‘C’ got her too soon. Would be her...
You wouldn’t have expected an Aberdonian to pay three figures, I feel I’ve let the side down here.
It’s looking great Colin, I think I would leave that collar on for the contrast to the green. Very smart!
The one I bought earlier this year was the first I had come across since starting to collect Tilleys and it certainly wasn’t cheap.
Where would they have been used then? The mind boggles.
I have plenty dented tanks here if Frank would like to practice on them!
Frank, that’s one huge dent you have removed there. Did you use the freezing method discussed here recently?
I love these wee lamps Norman.
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