Killybegs is Ireland’s largest fishing port located in the waters of Donegal Bay.
That wouldn't pass Health & Safety Regs in the UK!
And also in the Netherlands but its a quick solution.
Not a job for people who are afraid of heights.
Must have been a lot of work for a day long on the roof. I like those coloured houses in Ireland.
Doesn't look too safe.
Judging from all the chimneys, they could be working for a while.
Interesting to see how they do it. Not sure they use this technique in Germany. :)
...I have 3 JCBs.
I'd love to have a ride in a JCB bucket!
Hopefully, they'll be done before Xmas and Santa's visit!
A long, cold day's work but someone's got to do these repairs and the houses will be so much better for them!
now i'm thinking of the mary poppin's song...chim, chiminey, chim chiminey, chim, chim cher-ee :)
They must have had a big job to do. I bet drivers will be glad when that big piece of equipment is out of the road.
You couldn't get me to do that!
That would be frowned on here too!
Homeowners lament: there is ALWAYS something that needs repair. Much different equipment when our chimney and fireplaces needed repairs.
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A very special way to go on the roof.
Fix them up & then resell them?
We saw someone working like this on a chimney just recently. I'd never seen it done that way before.
This post reminded me of work done in Africa! But obviously the job got done. I've managed to follow your blog so I'll pop in regularly to see Ireland!