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QUOTE day job of playing the clarinet!

I presume "day job" here is being using idiomatically rather than literally?


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QUOTE Being the musical diva I am I'll flounce at that...

That won't work
I live with one of those but her main instrument is the pipe organ - Bach, Buxtehude, Messian et al.

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The roof looks fine and so does the paving. The guttering doesn't look odd in the photo. Maybe it's more a problem in your eyes?

The only parts that doesn't convince me are the walls. I think it's the large flat expanse. Off the top of my head, I can't think of any building which would have cladding like that. It would be very expensive to build a wall like that in brick, so unless the building is an old converted mill (say mid 19th century), I'm guessing some kind of panelling would have been used, maybe something corrugated or concrete panels.

If you're looking for inspiration maybe a walk along an industrial section of a canal or an oldish industrial estate?

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