Sunday began rather pleasantly before deteriorating into a wet and cold afternoon, however we were happily busy given the time of year.
At Duffield, the Station Foreman proceeded with work on the Road-Rail Access Point and a further delivery of fencing material was made to Shottle.
Down the yard, the LMSCA sandblasted the cage of the BSK, cut wood to fit the new kitchen and had a domestic. Nearby, unit 50253 had its light shades replaced, no smoking signs scraped, seat plates painted and caulked its parts. Charles Robson-Green dropped the gearbox off the class 108 ready for replacement in a very soon moment. Close by, the Class 31 received routine maintenance.
In the Tannery, JCB Purves and Ikea of Belper carried on with painting the store room area.
All the best,