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> The Size Of This Door (photo)

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post Sep 1 2007, 12:37 AM
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I am drawing a very large room in autocad and have but basic details.. My work is from photos.

It would help if I could learn the standard door sizes in the UK, in this case a door in a photo taken in 1964. The building is in London and was built in the early 30's. I think this was a replacement sometime in the 50's.

Would anyone be able to tell by looking at this door the height? A large order. Im sure there were standards so I just need to get close.

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post Sep 10 2007, 11:57 AM
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ok...how about this....does anyone know of a website where I may find building codes for London that would apply to from the 1930's to the 1950's??

lots of readers..anyone want to take an educated guess??



IM just looking for standard sizes of doors and windows....thanks
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post Sep 18 2007, 03:36 PM
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You could probably make an educated guess based on that conduit on the wall. It looks like it's 1". A few Photoshop tools should help you get at least a rough estimate of how bid the door is from that.
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post Sep 30 2007, 10:33 AM
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thanks a bunch reaper....that was also a part of my modeling details...
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