Thursday, 11 October 2012

NSM: Fencing - The Second Batch

Fastline Simulation - Timber railed fencing for field boundaries.

Fastline Simulation - Timber paled fencing with concrete posts.

Another outbreak of fencing today.

The top picture shows three variations of timber railed fencing for field boundaries. The choice of 3, 4 or 5 rails depends on the kind of livestock likely to be kept in the field. While the four rail fence is suitable for larger livestock the five rail is required to keep sheep and especially lambs where they should be.

The second fence type is a fairly typical railway paled wooden fence with concrete posts. An all wood version to a slightly different design will follow in the next few days.

Wednesday, 10 October 2012

NSM: Fencing - The First Batch

North Staffs Minerals: Five rail timber fencing for railway boundaries.

Just popping my head out of the bunker to show these fencing creations for North Staffs Minerals that have staggered into existence in the last few days.

The top picture is of some 5 rail timber fencing in a style used for railway boundaries.

Second down is some more familiar 5 wire fencing with timber posts complete with straining posts at each end of the run and some double sided straining posts that can be used along the length of the fence.

The final picture is three variants of fencing created from sleepers with pointed open and closed spaced versions and a flat top, close spaced version.