This week fence panels built and put into position.
Lots of weeding, tidying up and grass cutting done.
Hot and humid weather for our June open day.
A resonable number of visitors who all enjoyed themselves riding on the trains.
Thank you for photos goes to S. Morley and J. Precious.
A tribute to the Flying Scotsman on this open day. It was 100 years since the loco first entered service. LNER Class A3 4472 Flying Scotsman is a 4-6-2 'Pacific' steam locomotive. It broke records by hauling the first non-stop London to Edinburgh service in 1928, and became the UK's first locomotive to officially reach a speed of 100mph six years later.
'William' a sweet william getting ready to work.
Steaming up for the day is 'Bertie' a Romulus type.
'Imp' in 7 1/4 gauge Ruston.
'Black Adder' a diesel outline shunter
Opened up on the 5" gauge track is a model of a BR Southern Region Diesel Electric Multiple Unit (DEMU) motor coach made for the Hastings to Charing Cross line in 1957.
The tiger that came to Evergreens.
Piglet decided to work on his tan!