Friday, 9 October 2015

Thursday - spot the difference

Sometimes progress on a vehicle can be hard to spot.

Its not always obvious if section of anything has had a second top coat.

I also spotted that the first door has now been remounted on 3132. Time the get another one off and cleaned up ready for the door team.

Other changes are very much easier to see like the progress on the goods van. That side planking wasn't there on Tuesday!












Todays work will be harder to spot tomorrow unless you have looked carefully before hand.

Alan fitting the final sections of of trim strip in this corner





While Ron was working on another corner













Roger was painting the light fitting section of the ceiling, there are still 5 larger panels to day.







Tony Baker who joined us today, got stuck in with some painting









while Cheryl who had already cleaned windows outside did the same on the interior.












 Pete Lucas continued with painting the roof of the Shark.










John Varley was working on the base of a door from the BSK











while Robin was painting more of the round disk spacer plates

Yes we got around to it.




Dave and Richard Hoy were busy with the preparations fore Diesel Gala.

Sorting out the signs









and fencing the viewing area. Always a popular place to watch the trains go past.












Phil continued with the reorganisation of the workshop













and Ken made a start on the skirt line of 25451 The next carriage in line and now on the jack road.

John Hamer having gathered some additional information about a steam leak on the main rake from Ron, who happens to be a Guard as well, was able to locate the cause of the problem and rectify the issue.





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