Did you know? Tanfield Waggonway was 4' gauge; Hawks Waggonway (Gateshead) 4'3"; Wylam Waggonway used 5' gauge; Willington Waggonway 4'8", hence Killingworth Waggonway 4'8" & from there the Stephensons' influence spread to Hetton, the S&DR, the L&MR, across Britain & the world.

Sunday, 31 May 2015

Sunday Variety

Dennis painting in the cafe
Cameron, Ben & Ethan moving a fence
Steve on sheets & drains
Angela hands over the Sunniside token
Ian & Angela on Cochrane heading for Causey
Alan with the coal train
(photo courtesy of Bob Payne)
Refuelling at Andrews House
Chris & David painting No.7; Matthew on the van
(photos courtesy of Mark Pearce)
Kyle & Callum fitting No.7's sole bar covers
(photos courtesy of Mark Pearce)
Henry painting the van
(photo courtesy of Mark Pearce)
Showing progress on No.7
(photo courtesy of Mark Pearce)
Ben cleaning No.2's tubes
Dan cladding the cafe counter
John, Thomas & Malcolm in Andrews House shop
Euan & Adam clearing up after the afternoon teas
An audience for Ian as he recouples
Dave the guard with assistant David
Cochrane running round at East Tanfield
(photo courtesy of David Reed)
Ian clearing Cochranes ashpan
(photo courtesy of David Reed)

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