Just a reminder of how 92203 looks in action A sight to be seen again at Cranmore - `Black Prince` all steamed and ready to go The Green Knight - back in service on Easter Monday 1992 Mendip Vale platform under construction, photographed on Sunday 15th March Maesdown Road bridge under repair by Somerset County Council. Thank goodness the ESR elected to pay Somerset County Council the ?5,000 they wanted to transfer liability for repairs in the future to them. Apparently problems have arisen due to drainage problems. A further expense we now don`t have to worry about ! Ann West at work sanding down the bodywork on new carriage 4907. Note attention to safety with the protective headgear 0-4-0 Barclay 705 leaving Cranmore yard with a works train for Mendip Vale. This train departed at 11.00am before the first public service. The chippings in the wagon are for surfacing of the new platform, under construction by the P.W. gang at Mendip Vale The ESR train crew with 75029 about to take the first Mendip Vale to Cranmore working, for the opening of Mendip Vale station. The personnel are (L to R): Operations Supervisor B.Charlton, Guard R.Dallimore, Fireman G.Ayres and Driver A.West The official hand-over of the telephone box in Cranmore Station. The E1 in Cranmore Station on its first trial with coach stock. Crew: R.Bellchambers and A.Jeffries The E1 was coupled to Barclay 705 for safety reasons during the steam test on Sunday 19th July, when the E1 moved under it`s own power for the first time along the sidings in Cranmore yard. Driver Jerry West and fireman Alan Jeffries look suitably happy after the E1`s successful steaming on 19th July.