|Arrival of a sloping frame to carry the plywood sheets|
Again there were two main jobs:
(1) continue with relaying the slabs on P1 at Toddington and
(2) make the Trust office waterproof by installing a plywood roof and then covering this with roofing felt.
|Jim M and Austen start to put down the sheets|
Barry made the sloping frame, and the plywood sheets are in the foreground here.
Significant progress had been made by mid afternoon. The nearest doorway is the current Station Master's office, once the First Class Waiting Room. This is approximately half way along under the canopy.
The Toddington gang also managed to put in a new post which will shortly hold a water tap next to the car park.
The two new pods are on the right.
At Broadway, Mike G took these photographs of work in the cafe kitchen.
The sink units are in, the tiling is in progress, but further plumbing progress was not possible as the expected materials did not arrive.
Mike then took a picture of the cafe interior. The radiators are still out of the box white, as are the electrical switches and sockets.