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350 Year Old, Brand New Bench

By: Jonnyb023

Created: Nov 15, 2012

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Seat is from a 102 inch long board salvaged from a 350 year old building. Columns are veneered with Mexican beach stones. 16 inch square concrete blocks act as foundations. Four foot rebar through the pads anchor the pads and the columns. (2) 8 inch galvanized lag screws anchor the seat into the mortar filled columns.

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