GWR 56xx class 5637 leaves the tanker sidings with an early morning milk train. GWR 56xx class 5637 leaves the tanker sidings with an early morning milk train. GWR 56xx class no.5637 heads out on the line with an early morning milk train. Yankee Tank no.30075 stands in Cranmore station with the first passenger train of the day. Yankee Tank no.30075 stands in Cranmore station waiting for the freight train to arrive, so it can set off. GWR 56xx no.5637 arrives with the milk train. The milk train arrives in the station and the crew pass the token to the crew of the passenger train. Crews dicuss the days events in between trains. Behind the GWR Toad brake van, Yankee Tank no.30075 awaits to set off. The crews discuss the days events in between trains. GWR 56xx no.5637 stands beside the recently repainted passenger train. Yankee Tank no.30075 sets off with a passenger train. Andrew-Barclay 0-4-0ST no.705 heading into the Tanker Sidings to shunt the freight stock. No.705 shunts the freight train in the tanker sidings. No.705 shunts the freight train into the station loop. No.705 shunts the freight train in the station loop. No.705 heads back to the tanker sidings. Yankee Tank no.30075 heading back to Cranmore. Yankee Tank no.30075 heading back to Cranmore. Yankee Tank no.30075 heading into Cranmore Station with GWR 56x no.5637 waiting into the loop with a freight train. The crew of Yankee Tank no.30075 pass the token to the crew of the freight train. GWR 56xx no.5637 returns to Cranmore at the head of the freight train. Double headed freight train descends the bank towards Mendip Vale. GWR 56xx no.5637 with Driver Steve Masters in charge heads the train. GWR 56xx no.5637 storms up the bank at the head of the freight train. GWR 56xx no.5637 storms up the bank at the head of the freight train, with Yankee Tank no.30075 banking at the rear. Yankee Tank no.30075 banking at the rear of the freight train, heads up the gradient to Merryfield Lane. GWR 56xx no.5637 heads into Cranmore Station with a passenger train. Yankee Tank no.30075 running up the loop to pick up its train. From the verandah of a brake van, Yankee Tank 30075 heads out of Cranmore with a freight train. Andrew-Barclay 0-4-0ST no.1798 "Lord Fisher" is on Driver-for-a-Fiver duties in the yard. No.705 shunts the freight stock in the Tanker Sidings. No.705 shunts the freight stock in the Tanker Sidings. No.705 shunts the freight stock over the level crossing onto the main line. No.705 shunts the freight stock from the Tanker Sidings onto the station loop. GWR 56xx no.5637 at the head of a passenger train, with Yankee Tank no.30075 banking at the rear. The top and tailed passenger train sets off from Cranmore Station. The top and tailed passenger train sets off from Cranmore Station. GWR 56xx no.5637 with Driver Steve Masters, at the head of the passenger train. With the station empty, no.705 shunts in the Tanker Sidings. With GWR 56xx no.5637 leading, the double-headed passenger train arrives at Cranmore Station. The double-headed passenger train passes no.705 on the freight train in Cranmore Station. At the end of the day, no.705 shunts the freight stock in the station. Still coupled together, GWR 56xx no.5637 and Yankee Tank no.30075 run around the passenger train in preparation to shunting it into the Tanker Sidings. Yankee Tank no.30075 and GWR 56xx no.5637 prepare to shunt their passenger train into the Tanker Sidings. Driver Dick Bellchambers stands in the door of Yankee Tank no.30075 waiting for permission to set off. Yankee Tank no.30075 and GWR 56xx no.5637 prepare to shunt their passenger train into the Tanker Sidings. Yanke Tank no.30075 passes the milk tankers on the way to the Tanker Sidings. GWR 56xx no.5637 and Yankee Tank no.30075 shunt the passenger train into the Tanker Sidings. GWR 56xx no.5637 and Yankee Tank no.30075 shunt the passenger train into the Tanker Sidings whilst no.705 stands in the station with the freight train. 5637 and 705 run into the Tanker Sidings at Cranmore, before the first train on the Saturday morning 30075 drifts through the cutting with a morning passenger service, Driver Dick Masters leaning out of the cab 5637 makes light work of the morning freight as it blasts through the cutting towards Merryfield Lane Station A closer shot as 5637 pass the photographer 5637 stands in Cranmore Loop, with 30075 in the platform having worked an incoming passenger service. 30075 and 5637, in tandem, head up the loop to work the next freight service at our 2005 Autumn Gala 705 pilots the incoming Engineers Train down the loop and past the signal box An early morning shot of 30075"s valve gear Taken from up the down starting signal, a shot of the ESRs three mainline locomotives, posed for the camera before working their rostered turns 5637 drifts through Merryfield Lane Station with the 'up' milk train, the first train of the day Driver Stephen Masters looks back along the train to check that all is well, as the morning fitted goods train powers through Doulting Cutting    Essential preparation.  One of the twins fill the oil reservoir on the 'Toad' Brake Van Wagon Superintendent John Painter syringes water out of the GW milk tank, before re-filling the reservoir with oil. 705 and 5637 pose for the camera 705 sits outside the Signal Box at Cranmore Station, awaiting the return of final passenger train of the day. The formation of engines, 705 leading, 30075 and 5637 at the rear depart for the engine shed at the end of the first day of the gala. Driver John Greathead oils up 705 on shed, first thing on the Sunday morning. Without a large number of volunteers, events like these are impossible.  A group of the volunteers who made the weekend happen, including Drivers, Fireman, Guards, Steamraisers and "Gangers" pose in front of the duty engines