Jerry West at work supervising the fitting of the recently overhauled boiler to 0-6-0T E1 No.B110 Jerry West at work supervising the fitting of the recently overhauled boiler to 0-6-0T E1 No.B110 "That?s the way to do it" - Fred Greenaway concretes the new play equipment in position 1719 Lady Nan pulls the E1 chassis from the workshop in readyness for the fitting of the Boiler 92203 at the head of the first train as the line extension into Cranmore Station and Mendip Vale opens 47493 Jinty at Cranmore Station during the final Santa weekend of 1989 Jerry West signals to the crane operator during the fitting of the repaired E1 boiler to the locomotive. Another look back at the 80s - September 1980 and 323 Bluebell arrives on loan from the Bluebell Railway - it`s pictured here outside the shed in the company of 92203 Black Prince. NELPG owned 0-6-0T Joem being handed over for its loan period to the ESR A view of the frames of ex-GWR 0-6-2T no.6634 The Chairman cuts the first sod for the new Restaurant Complex on Sunday 1st April. Pictured are L to R - Richard Flenk, Jame Baranttini (Architect), Chris Mead (Builders), David Shepherd, Malcolm Williams (Mendip District Council), Patrick Bryne (Builder), Anne Sartin and Don Sartin. With regret, removal of the car park trees BR High Speed Train pictured at Cranmore with the "Engines and Elephants" Railtour from Leicester Recent storm damage on one side of the Engine Shed roof. The end of the old Ticket Office First passenger train hauled by no.1719 "Lady Nan" Sooty and Pat Goodfellow (on holiday from Canada) working on the new Mendip Vale Platform Vintage Vehicle Day Alan & Ernie at work on the `Burmese State Railway` beyond Mendip Vale New complex at Cranmore nearing completion David Shepherd`s lorry at the Vintage Vehicle Rally "Joem" near Maesdown Bridge All in a days work for the volunteers of Cranmore All in a days work for the volunteers of Cranmore All in a days work for the volunteers of Cranmore 390 finally comes home to Cranmore The new restaurant complex is rapidly changing the face of Cranmore Station The new restaurant complex is rapidly changing the face of Cranmore Station The new restaurant complex is rapidly changing the face of Cranmore Station The new restaurant complex is rapidly changing the face of Cranmore Station The BG, having just left the carriage shed after overhaul African Engine and Coach - "Hurry Up! I can`t hold it much longer !" The loading at Whipsnade Zoo African Engine and Coach - The coach is loaded ready for the long journey to Cranmore African Engine and Coach - Farewell to Whipsnade Zoom - home for 17 years African Engine and Coach - Cranmore at last! The convoy arrives in the village. African Engine and Coach - On the old tanker sidings at Cranmore, engine and tender are re-united African Engine and Coach - An anxious David Shepher heaves a sigh of relief now that no.390 is safely in her final home at last. A lovely shot by Ian Henderson perfectly captures the atmosphere of the shed. Steam test of the E1 (minus Tanks) Keith Walker, Norman Oldfield and Jerry West dressed in style for W.I. 75th Anniversary Party at Cranmore The African Engine arrives at Cranmore David Shepherd watches the loading of the African Engine and Coach at Whipsnade