A rather overcast day here in the wonderment of middle Derbyshire. Down the yard the LMSCA carried on with legs and welding in relation to their carriages, but declared they were spending too much time at the gym and had tired themselves out. In the shed Sharpe Industries was also involved in carriage fluffing and the EVRA SK is now gloriously red on one side.
Nearby, Devon on Tour inspected much of the trackwork in the yard bearing a yellow spray can and a serious green hat, and it was discovered that the single slip can be rotated to within half an inch of its life, and one of the problems has been rectified on the Komatsu. The rails on the Sturgeon have been measured and profiled ready for relaying in platform 1 in due course, the rails being removed will be cascaded to the maintenance facility extension. The Station Foremen repaired various items which had fallen off due to excitement and experimented with lighting so that Santa can find his reindeer in the dark without having to grope around for Rudolf's nose.
Our Driver Experience guests appear to have enjoyed themselves after a long day of our railcars.
Can I remind all Booking Hall staff to check their floats, and to check the March diary before taking Afternoon Tea bookings.
All the best,