A very mixed bag of activities today.
On the finish side of things was the lining out on the Cotswold side of TSO 4614, which was started by Alex on Saturday, was completed by Richard, Cheryl and Adrian. The centre door is currently back with the Door Team and will be completed when reinstated.
The end result is superb. Well done Team!
On the reverse side Stu and Maurice completed the second top coating. Lining out should be able to be done in a few days time. Stu also went round adding a second coat of black to the sole bar.
Bouncing from one job to the next, Stu and Maurice next tackled the new bins for the enlarged vestibule, adding gloss black and varnish respectively. These will hold the tables for the wheelchair area.
With her bit of the lining out completed, Cheryl finished her morning with a coat of Freight Brown on the planks and corner sections from the china clay wagon.
Moving into the Barn and the start side of the equation. BCK 21092 was sadly a disappointing sight when it appeared last week and the Cotswold side in particular a mass of splitting paintwork. Bob and Tony got going and by the end of the day managed to clear several of the upper panels back to bare metal.
The results of Bob and Tony's work so far, with
three stripped upper panels.
Further along, John was able to do some more filling. Although it looks bad, this part was better than the area that had to be cleared. We had a similar problem with BSK 32949 but not as bad. Overall a long way to go yet, but some good progress made.