Having started bright and early, the skip was full by mid morning and the bonfire blazing away merrily at the far end of the car park.  Attention then turned to a more pressing task.... ... Which was to move all the sand used for engines from the shed in the car park (not very convenient!) to the depot.  Unfortunately the platform trolley, weighed down by 250kg of sand, required a lot of effort to move off the wet boggy ground - a lesson learnt with the trolley being parked on the hardstanding in subsequent trips! Having got it out of the car park and along the private road towards the platform, the unforseen happened when the trolley hit a pothole and ended up in the gate.  Only the gate sustained injury in this encounter.... Having picked themselves up, dusted themselves down, liberated the trolley the team continued along the road to put the sand (in its bags!) on the platform. Thenext attempt at advanced trolley driving also got off to a bad start, getting only as far as the main gate before a freak incident, described by them "as the trolley taking on a mind of its own" and leaping into the wall.  Sceptics noted that bad workmen always blame their tools....  The final leg of the journey was to load the sand onto one of the "medfit" low sided wagons for onward shipment by rail.  The Gangers, enhanced by the second working party of the day who had been shifting rubble, are seen loading the wagon. The "Gangers" (seated from left to right are Rory, Barney, Matt, Aaron, Alex and standing Tom and Chris) are pictured with the trolley and the last load of sand.  The trolley is now recieving counselling after the trauma of the day.....