04:22PM | 03/26/06
Member Since: 03/25/06
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While driving through the South Georgia countryside, I have noticed many old chimneys standing where I can only imagine charming old farmhouses once stood. I would like to move one of those chimneys to my backyard for a backyard fireplace. My husband says it's impossible, but he tells me many of the outrageous things I want to do simply cannot be done. I usually find out later that he didn't really mean impossible, just very, very expensive. If this can be done, what is the best, least expensive way to do it? Building a new one just wouldn't be the same. Thanks.


07:10PM | 03/26/06
Member Since: 04/25/05
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Well they moved the London Bridge to Az so it could be probably be done.

Probably have to build a steel cage around it and then brace it every few feet the cage.

The question is the $$$$$$$$$$$$$$

Saw an article once on move HUGE trees.

Cost STARTED at $100,000.



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