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Tuesday, 13 January 2015

To the Point

Vic tidying the site
The works train passing Causey Level Crossing
on the way to East Tanfield, led by a horse
Me trimming a rail; Colin jacking (photos courtesy of Dave Dixon)

Dave drilling a rail before fishplating
Rob, Ian, Dave, Steve & John aligning the turnout
Dave, Colin & John fitting chairs
More chairs being keyed to the rail, & a general view of the turnout
(photos courtesy of Dave Dixon)

Solving an alignment problem ......
..... by Rob & Colin pulling back timbers .....
..... so that stone slabs  can be removed (rh photo courtesy of Dave Dixon)

Reinserting & aligning the timbers (rh photo courtesy of Dave Dixon)

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