Anyone that wants to move that 100 year old bench by lifting it with the armrests - don't. They come off. Lift from under the seat instead.
If anybody has any 4 inch GWR letters that they could let us have to complete the V boards we need at Broadway, we would be very interested to hear.
went back to wire brushing and painting the large fence panels which came from Cheltenham, and which will eventually be installed as a boundary fence at Cheltenham opposite the signal box.
Bruce has made a pedestrian gate which he fitted adjacent to the main station building. Back in the workshop he has started on a second similar gate for the opposite end of the station building.
Since the last report on the anti dog fouling fence, the fence has been completed adjacent to the car park. Ken is pictured giving this a second coat of creosote. He then coated Bruce's new gate.
The two white painted gates near the visitor centre are now in and here Barry is drilling the wall for a security bolt.
Mid morning P & O came through with the first At The Races special, always an exciting moment. The fireman is holding the token that he has just received from the signalman, who is walking back to his box.
In this last shot you can see a line of posts planted alongside the platform, and the raked over area now seeded with grass. The centre post has been made in such a way that it can be lifted out for access to this (now dog mess free) picnic area, and for special events.
Laying the granite kerbs at Broadway has reached the northern end of the building. The last few yards will be finished off when contractor's traffic has finished passing over their route.