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I thought this building was worth another shot.

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  1. It is not often one sees sheets of tin like that. Is it tin or something else? It does not look easy to work.

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  2. It is nothing like a I have ever seen before. It looks like tin but I somehow feel that it isn't. I wondered if it was sisalkraft but it would be a bit weird using that as external sheeting.

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  3. This will sound wierd, but I wonder if it could be sheets of lead. Something is pinging in my head. From way back. Not at all sure. Something to do with those 'bubbles' ...

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  4. I thought it was lead too. An interesting site.

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  5. Actually that sounds like a possibility.

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  6. Lead is soft to work which is why it was used as a flange for so long.

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