Black Prince entering Cranmore Station, from a rather unusual viewpoint Ann West when not firing one of the locos is a dab hand with the paint brush Ben Goodman at work on the vertical milling machne in the workshop - the job in hand is the E1 regulator block 6634s boiler is lifted clear of the frames The new Carriage Repair Shed takes shape at last The BR Ballast Tamper which recently tamped our line, pictured near Maesdown Road bridge Actor Frank Thornton (Mr Peacock in BBCs `Are You Being Served`) renames 75029 The Green Knight. Pilot working - 1719 Lady Nan approaches Cranmore West crossing with 75029 The Green Knight. On the footplate are driver Pete Chandler, fireman Brian Laitt and young Ian Saunders 47493 Jinty passes under Maesdown Road Bridge with a train for Cranmore prior to its withdrawl for axlebox repairs David Shepherd with actor, Colin Baker, Cranmore 6634 in Workshops With Colin Saunders at the regulator, 92203 Black Prince approaches Mendip Vale with the eight coach special from Clapham junction on Saturday 4th October 1986 6634 in Workshops, eight week later.The entire frames have been cleaned and painted ready for re-assembley to begin. From left to right: Dave Fear, Terry Smyth and Colin Saunders photographed with our BG Full Brake coach at Eastleigh 75029 The Green Knight with Pat Goodfellow in command and Brian Laitt firing, tackles the hill from Mendip Vale to Merryfield Lane. Dick Bellchambers watches on as Pat Goodfellow fills the Jinty from the water tower hose. The Mulbery Company Phot Call for their new brochure 7.15am Sunday 14th June 1987. A spring morning with 75029 in Cranmore Station for the Mulberry Company photo session. The PW lads take a break whilst working near the Shed Yard. The Mafia have arrived! ? in the form of one J.W.Rees. In search of steam - 6634 founders on a weekend trip to Brynllin Colliery in 1981 to photograph the last working steam in South Wales. Left to Right: Jerry & Ann West, Chris Shermon, Dean Knights, Pat Goodfellow. (Photo: Steve Marcks, taken whilst subsiding knee-deep in colliery sluury pit) Strawberry teas ? Kerry and gail prepare a strawberry gateaux for serving in the Buffet Coach John Reakes hangs new flower baskets, Cranmore Station. Early days at Barry. No.6634 then in the upper yard circa 1965. Note the complete state of the loco - even the safety valve barrel is still in situ! As a matter of interest, the `locl` immediately in front of 6634 is 2-6-0 No.5322 preserved at Didcot. 6634 is winched slowly up the ramp of the low loader in barry Scrapyard 6634 arrives at Cranmore. Brush class 47 diesel 47106 propels out the 56 towards the ESR Boundary Gates. Lord Fisher and Lady Nan double-head the train to Mendip Vale Driver Dave Massey starts 92203 Black Prince away from Mendip Vale with an Easter Monday train Pete Chandler and the Sussex lads frame painting on the E1 during Civil Week 1987. Ian Barnfield watches as Keith Nicklin oversees the start of digging operations with our very own Grafton Crane, ably driven by Jerry West. Ralph Lemon puts the finishing touches to track repairs near Merryfield Lane bridge with assistance from Jerry and Ann West. The P-Way lads pose in the newly dug hole! Dave Fear and Bob Ludlam repainting the Buffet Coach roof during Civil Week 1987 How dare you take my photograph! Sayd Denice Graham Turner whilst working with Alan Eadle in the LNWR brake van during civil week 1987 ? while Norman Smith addresses the audience. At the end of the day ? Dave Massey damps down the fire on 47493 Jinty watched by then fireman Peter Chandler