Tasks undertaken included:
- more pressure washing, now about half way finished on the front engine unit; thanks again, Roger
- more painting, thanks Stu
- cross compound air compressor dismantled, with some challenges, including the b*****y thing creating a vacuum which made the removal of one piston a challenge; thanks Ian, Shaun, Shane and all the other expert advisers.
- removal of the pivot bearing at the front end of the boiler cradle; thanks to Marc, Kyle and John [and again, more experts]
Al's mate Graham Kidgell from the little railway near Melbourne
Also on site were Lindsay Richmond, who made lunch, thanks Oldmate; Paul Quinn, vibrating on a bogie frame;
Andy D, Jack Barker, Gav W. ; Dave and Keith Malcolm lighting 3016 for todays' Bungendore train, and David Villiers as cleaner and polisher.
- at Eveleigh..Saturday 13 June...contact firstname.lastname@example.org for access and job details.
- at Kingston [Canberra Railway Museum] Sunday 21 June