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  • Another cool site for ovens

    Try this link and click on "save the bakehouses" its like a 15mi slide show of old bake houses very neat.

    Museum for Old Techniques - Grimbergen - Belgium

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    Re: Another cool site for ovens

    Very nice link. Great find.
    Pizza Ovens
    Outdoor Fireplaces


    • #3
      Re: Another cool site for ovens

      Really neat site. A few more ideas on how to finish ovens in there, too.

      Nice find!

      My oven progress -


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        Seconded and "thirded." Great find. You, like I did, must have found the bond styles and iron use fascinating. Some of it seems to be what's called Flemish bond of the type seen in parts of the Hudson River Valley in New York.

        "Made are tools, and born are hands"--William Blake, 1757-1827


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          Re: Another cool site for ovens

          Interesting site. Belgian domain. English, French, with what, Walloon? Dutch? the primary language. Did you click through to the lists of existing and demolished ovens? There's hundreds of them. It's interesting that there are many more ovens in buildings than freestanding. I guess bakers would have wanted to work indoors in the low-country climate. Did you see the oven with the HUGE buttresses outside the building? I guess they didn't want that one to fall down.

          Assuming that all those ovens are basically un-insulated it's no wonder that they are endangered. It must take a forest to heat one of them up.
          My geodesic oven project: part 1, part 2


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            Re: Another cool site for ovens

            Yea, that was some serious butt action...sorry I couldnt resist.