I wish I could afford to get a container. Mind you, there is nowhere to put it. As for the visible floor space, I need to make a lot more as the BMW has to come in as well, The Lathe will be moved further inside to the back wall; not visible on the pics but behind the partition with all the bits hanging from it.
While it is quite cosy, it is actually bigger than it looks on the photos.
A hint I will pass on is that when you make a shed, make as much as possible as 'bolt-on' panels. Then you can remove a panel or two if you need to gain access for the entry of machines etc. There is a bolt on wall between the end of the lathe and the bandsaw. Only fixed with eight twelve mil bolts. It really helps being able to remove it. Also the end wall facing the drive can be taken out the same way.
I'm going to have to build a further extension to take a lot of the 'stuff' or my floor will become cluttered again. But at least I can move around to use the saws etc.
I would have preferred to place the lathe (after cleaning, it is in 'as bought' condition at the moment') in the small warm outhouse, but it won't fit.
I need to get the job done as my great grandson entered the world two days ago and he will need some place to work on his projects when he gets older.
Ah well, back to it.