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Gutteridge and more

My humble tribute to the never ending series by Mr Duffton

Gutteridge and more

My humble tribute to the never ending series by Mr Duffton

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  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 12 Jan 2012, 00:34
This is more yer pipeage, guv...gutteridge is usually on the edge of the roof or the edge of the horse track...
Bill Phillips: It's only a tribute, the gutteridge is cleverly concealed, as Chad would appreciate
Was this from a visit to Chad at the secure unit they are holding him in.
Bill Phillips: That's his room above
Nice one Bill. I love the comment by Michael.
Bill Phillips: So do I!
A humble, yes.
Bill Phillips: I am a very humble person Elizabeth
I am afraid that you have your gutteridge confused with stove pipes Bill... Mr. Duffton will be sure to point that out....petersmile
Bill Phillips: that is the and more Peter smile
  • Chris
  • England
  • 12 Jan 2012, 07:12
And a very fine tribute too. Just look at the variety of the pipeage here...he will be very excited by all of this!
Bill Phillips: A cornucopia
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 12 Jan 2012, 07:56
white and black, thick and thin, long and short gutteridge - yes, a boundless theme -a worldwide -an essential theme!
Bill Phillips: So much to enjoy Philine, I felt I had to share it
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 12 Jan 2012, 08:46
I think you made Chad's day, he will ask for a print and frame it and hang it above the door....
Fabulous picture, lots of drama, never knew Gutteridge could be so exciting.
(Nothing stove-pipes....just wide pipes so nothing get stuck 'on the way'....)
Bill Phillips: Probably in the toilet. It can then inspire him
  • Chad Doveton
  • Where latitude and longitude meet.
  • 12 Jan 2012, 09:15
As others have pointed out Bill, there is a lot of pipeage here but there could also be some cleverly disguised gutteridge in down pipes at least, waste ot whatever. There is still not an internationally agreed decision opn what can constitute gutteridge in all its possibilities. Great work. I am so pleased that otthers are taking up the theme, like boat friday. I propose a boat monday to thursday.
Bill Phillips: I knew it would not escape you. There is clearly an outlet from the roof and this suggests something is acting as gutteridge. Hopefully there will be a clear EU guideline after consultation with all member states followed by a ruling from Germany.
  • Linda
  • United Kingdom
  • 12 Jan 2012, 12:15
I am sure he will love this one, the B/W conversion works so well with the B/W gutteridge.smile
Bill Phillips: It takes a trained eye to spot all the fine pipes
  • John Prior
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 12 Jan 2012, 13:01
Gutteridge - is it catching? But I'n sure Chad takes precautions. Good black and white tones here in this artful shot.
Bill Phillips: Well it makes a change from boats smile
I would say a nice tribute Bill. I see quite a few pipes there!
Bill Phillips: A nice selection I thought grin
Damn good william.
Bill Phillips: Most gratifying Richard
It seems strange that the pipeage/gutteridge actually goes out of one wall and in to the other, I wonder what it is for.
Bill Phillips: you would have to ask Mr Duffton. I am a mere novice when it comes to this subject
I suspect you could invent a new word here - ventilationage, to go with the pipeage in your photo. But I don't see the gutteridge.
Many, many, many years ago I worked with a man whose surname was Gutteridge.
Bill Phillips: There used to be a boxing commentator called Reg gutteridge
  • blackdog
  • United Kingdom
  • 12 Jan 2012, 22:18
A fine tribute indeed, but I think the Chubb alarm makes the photo ;o)
Bill Phillips: Ah that is part of the and more mikegrin
That's just about the weirdest set up I've seen!
Bill Phillips: I am sure it does what it is supposed to do Tom...well, hopefully
  • lisl
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 13 Jan 2012, 13:11
I feel quite at home with this one, Bill - Chad has done much to accustom us, I must say
Bill Phillips: He is the doyen of gutter and pipe
A two colours with many details!
very well done in b/w, gives it an old time look... but probably the security alarm dispels that grin

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