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The previous owners got the windows out of a skip. Well, that's what it looks like anway. They took out the original windows, smashed out the mullions (the bits in the front window which hold the lintel up!), bricked up bits of some windows and took out bricks from other windows. They then put in appalling abominations of windows, most of which have virtually rotted away. Oh well, at least it lowered the price of the house enough that we could afford it.

The front
Here we go. We left the smashing out of the old windows and installing of new stonework and windows to the professionals.

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Do you know - it actually looks better with the windows boarded up. It was like this for a weekend between having the old windows out on Friday and new ones in on Monday
Work starts and some bricks are knocked out, others are put in and it all gets a bit messy
The new windows. Look - they are back to their original size! The mullions are back! Proper sills again!! Double glazed wooden sash windows!!! Excuse me, I've got to go and lie down for a while.
When they are all painted and looking loverly (I believe Jen has some sort of window box thing in mind), I'll stick the final photo on.

Next: The rest of the windows (not done yet).