Ex-LBSCR E1 no.110 stands in the yard sometime before the restoration project started. The old CRC logo can be seen still on the water tanks. Behind is ex-GWR 56xx 0-6-2T no.6634 waiting its turn at restoration. Ex-LBSCR E1 no.110 being shunted by Crane Tank no.4101 around to the workshop to commence restoration work. E1 no.110 being dismantled for restoration work. The next stage after this photo was taken was to remove the boiler and send it of for remedial work. The boiler for E1 no.110 has been overhauled and refitted to the engine. The next task is to refit the chimney. Refitting the chimney to E1 no.110. Chimney has now been refitted to E1 no.110. Preparing E1 no.110 for a steam test. E1 no.110 in steam for the first time since 1963. E1 no.110 in steam for the first time since 1963. E1 no.110 being shunted out of the yard for testing on the mainline. E1 no.110 being tested out. E1 no.110 being tested under steam. E1 no.110 returning to shed with 705. E1 no.110 being shunted around the yard by NER J72 no.69023 E1 no.110 in the Carriage shed being painted. E1 no.110 in the Carriage shed being painted. E1 no.110 in the Carriage shed being painted. E1 no.110 in the Carriage shed being painted. E1 no.110 in the Carriage shed being painted. E1 no.110 in the Carriage shed being painted. All work complete - the E1 stands in the yard resplendent in Southern Green and bearing the number 110.