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Sunday, 19 July 2015

Sunday Miscellany

George taking No.2 and the empty stock round Marley Hill curve
(photo courtesy of David Reed)
Anthony watering No.2 at Andrews House
No.2 leaving Andrews House with the day's first train
Alan, happy in his work
Chris painting the Planet .....
..... assisted by young Bob
(photo courtesy of Bob Payne)
Callum off to work on the lineside
In Pontop Canteen, Ben is ready to serve .....
(photo courtesy of Bob Payne)
..... with Lewis ready to assist
(photo courtesy of Bob Payne)
Malcolm waits for Brenda to scoop up his peas
In a quiet Andres House, I clear a table
(photo courtesy of David Reed)
No.2 heads for Sunniside from Andrews House
Dave & Bill keep an eye out as the train leaves
Richard, George & Anthony on No.2 at Andrews House
Susan chats to Dave the guard
(photo courtesy of David Reed)
David clearing the carriage after the afternoon teas .....
..... & Susan cleaning the dishes
Frank at work in Andrews House garden
Dave passing Alan on his token exchange platform
Steve coupling HL No.2 to the train at Sunniside
Steve passing on his knowledge to Anthony
John checking his ticket stubs 
Leaving Andrews House with the last train of the day
Callum at the ground frame while Steve pushes the carriages into their shed
George cleaning the ashpan at the end of the day

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