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And it probably won't be long until you do drop, if your scaffolding rests on a pile of stones on a sloping roof
Simon Dixon spotted this remarkable vision on a main road in Cornwall.
So the first stepladder leads up to the mobile platform, then you have your second stepladder on top of that – clever!
No, man, no – you have to hold the ladder at right angles to the roof ridge if it's to work effectively as a balancing aid!
Wearing no shoes makes climbing the ropes up to the roof section much easier for these Indonesian workers
Scheme is the first permanent structure to be delivered for HS2
Scheme to be built on site of former Boddingtons brewery
Back office roles at company’s Dartford headquarters under threat
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