Wednesday, 5 September 2012

Progress Wednesday 5th September 2012

Dear all
 
A report today that is a little vague as I had to leave the premises for most of the day. Further and better particular details will be given tomorrow. Nonetheless, I do know that the PWT devoted their attentions to the Shottle loop project which involved the road/rail Landrover together with LJB and the works train that resulted in quite a long day for all the participants.
 
I am grateful to Mick Kingsley who undertook further strimming of the area around the concessionary footpath at Wirksworth as he tries to get it into a condition that it can be mowed. The LCC had no trains in position so concentrated her efforts on the Training Room where the carpet was very wet from a continuing problem of the roof seals between the two sections of the structure.
 
The Booking Hall and Pullman Buffet Car benefited from the pleasant weather and welcomed a few people to our enterprise. Unsung heroes were the EVRA team that have been repairing the toilets in our Second Corridor (SK) coach that will see some productive use next week.
 
Martin