Tanfield Railway shows 1920-1950 on an industrial/minor railway, featuring items built/used in NE England.

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Tuesday, 8 November 2016


Dave cutting uprights for the new crossing gate
Steve turning the top rail .....
..... with Steve helping at the other end
..... so that Dave can crop it to length
Ian holding a template so that Dave
can shape the top of a stile
Dave cutting temporary support plate
Ian tacking an upright in place
Steve & Steve locating a stile ready to be welded into place
Ian adding another upright
I'm turning the gate over to facilitate more welding of the frame
(photo courtesy of Ian Cowan)
Dave trimming a piece of plate .....
..... to fit the bottom of Cochrane's bunker, to ease shovelling of coal
Kyle's been painting more of Horden

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