Body of stove is 30" wide and 20" deep top is 30 1/2" from top to floor.
Also of note my coal is only 7500 BTU per pound
I guess I never relized how small that stove is.
I filled it full every night when I went to bed, I'd wake up cold, rekindle fire, set whistling tea pot on top when the teapot woke me up I would fill the stove with coal, clamp down the air some, to bed and repeat, get up at 5:30 rekindle, go to work for ten hours, return to cabin low 40s, somtimes high 30s, stoke it up make it glow till bed time. Burned about 12 tons that winter, never was comfortable, I was taking a summer cabin through the winter, sheets would freeze to the floor from the frost from my breath, cabin was up on blocks because we never set it on a foundation or the ground, I bought a twelve pack of Henery Whineharts for Christmas, froze and broke on the floor first night. Should have just rented a place that winter but I'm single and cheap.
I had just come here because my dad rolled his truck, before I could leave I was driving mixer truck, I was headed home at the end of October that year, but ten days before leaving I landed a State job, just to late in the year to work on the major housing problems I had, single didgets are the norm in November here.
If I hadn't done it, I'd have nothing to talk about
, Hopfully I'm smarter now