Still a lot of activity with FO 3132. Paul was cleaning up the internal windows.
Pat was lying down again, while he and Tony were securing more tables.
Later on, both he and Tony were securing the toilet seat in the north end compartment. The back plate had been cut down from something else.
Among the many jobs done by Robin was blacking the screw heads securing the table legs.
Bob was applying more varnish to the north vestibule, some parts of which have now had 4 coats. The more the better!
Back to Robin, having stained the seat number blocks, he now adds the first coat of varnish.
Dave Hancox was putting the furnishings back on the two internal sliding doors.
Moving into the Workshop and the LMS guards van. Having drilled out the old wood at the base of the pillar, Derek is able to tap out the old securing bolts.
Phil Jones was back with TSO 4614, trimming back the sealant on the north end Cotswold side windows and adding undercoat to the frames.
Also on the same side, Ron and Roger were attaching more internal window framing.
Later on Ron was in the Paintshop varnishing more window parts.
Having lightly sanded down the sliding door from the south end of 4614, Bob applies undercoat cream.
All change again in the Barn now that the work on the bogies under BSK 34929 has been completed, with the coach now moved across from the jack road. It will be attached to a forthcoming driver experience train so that the riding of the bogies, braking and steam heating can be checked. Meanwhile Ken has begun working on the corridor connection.
Meanwhile one of C&W's BGs, 80926, has been stabled next to the Shoc van to enable the contents of the latter to be transferred.
80926 was then pushed on to the jack road and the body raised. As the BG will be used for storage and as a donor carriage only and will not be a runner, a number of items are to be retrireved from underneath that will be of use elsewhere.