. Do you have any pics of your shop setup?
I could take some, but my shop situation and yours are a little different. Sounds like you are going to have a nice sized shop. I am limited for space at the moment, and have had to get creative (many things on wheels) the bulk of my woodworking tools are in a car garage, sometimes bigger projects spill outside. I have a "small turnings shop" in the basement with dust collection.
I have a 40'x40' pole barn that I have threatened to make better use of, but it is full of lumber/sawmill/skid steer...in a perfect world I would have a nice, well organized shop. In the real world I have stuff strewn everywhere, but I make it work
I am actually looking for another place here in town for me and my "toys". My wife is so proud when she comes home and there is a semi in the yard after a big rain and I am tearing ruts in the muddy lawn with the tractor unloading logs
. If I could move the sawmill to another location that would really free me up on space.
You said you inherited your Dads tools and there are some you have not yet figured out. That is what we are here for, show us some pictures. I am personally and old tool fan. daryl gave some good advice, think safety. Figure out where you are going to put the first aid kit and fire extinguishers first
. And if they are not sharp, get those old tools tuned up and sharpened. Think about good lighting too, it is a safety thing as well as just being a big help for better finished projects.