Nov 21, 2007 8:57 pm
Seeing as I now have hundreds of photos of bricks from each of the various brick yards, I wondered if it would be worth uploading them so others could benefit from them.
I've put a sample of the Austral range up here:
I know photos don't really do the brick justice and you need to see it person, so what do people think? Is it worth uploading the rest?
A new building chapter begins..
Re: Brick Photos2
Nov 21, 2007 9:03 pm
This is a great idea…..they look good.
Now when people ask about bricks, with a bit of luck you will have it!
Upload the rest….thank you for the information!
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Re: Brick Photos3
Nov 21, 2007 9:55 pm
I was just about to say that you obviously aren't from Vic, when I saw your footer.
You do know that there are pics on the Austral website? But it does help to get more than one image of them (now we know!). They can vary!
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Re: Brick Photos4
Nov 27, 2007 8:46 pm
Thanks Bob, very helpful - another one for the research favourites!
-Bought house in Melbourne inner burbs, knocked it down & now...we are owner builders! Completed OB project and moved in to our new home with our new baby in May 2009!
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