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Title: September 2021 Work Reports
Post by: James Patten on September 01, 2021, 07:09:43 AM
Anticipated work for Saturday September 4, 2021:

* Shop Annex - continuing the move of "stuff" from the shop to the annex.
* Sheepscot back lot - I think Mike may be working on the back lot, moving dirt around.
* Public train ops.
Title: Re: September 2021 Work Reports
Post by: Mike Fox on September 01, 2021, 07:28:45 AM
No moving dirt in the back lot yet. Need to fix Daves Dozer. The part is there.
Title: Re: September 2021 Work Reports
Post by: Ed Lecuyer on September 01, 2021, 10:03:07 AM
Anticipated Operations for Saturday, Sept 4th.
9:00am: Handcar Hop (available - last one for 2021).
11:00am: BBQ & Farmstand Express  (tix available) and Caboose Adventure (SOLD OUT).
1:00pm: BBQ & Farmstand Express (tix available) and Caboose Adventure (SOLD OUT).
3:00pm: BBQ & Farmstand Express (tix available) and Caboose Adventure (SOLD OUT).
5:00pm*: Music on the Railway: OldHat String Band (tix available) and Caboose Adventure (SOLD OUT).
*Includes the official dedication of the WW&F Event Pavilion prior to the concert.

Extra assistance is always appreciated - contact crewcaller@traincrew.wwfry.org to sign up, or learn how to be qualified.

Specifically, we NEED assistance THIS WEEK and NEXT:
- 9/4 is the BBQ and Farmstand Express (cookout at ToM) with an evening concert - train crew/hosts/docents needed.
- 9/11 is a large charter with nearly 200 passengers over two shifts - campus tour guides/docents needed.
- Plus, Pumpkin Pickin' Trains start 9/25 (two steam trains running on the hour every hour 11-4, plus concerts at 5pm).
Contact ed.lecuyer@wwfry.org to help.


All trains are limited to 75 passengers and all tickets must be purchased in advance.
All passengers and crew must adhere to the COVID-19 Policy published at www.wwfry.org/covid (http://www.wwfry.org/covid)
Visit www.wwfry.org/tickets (http://www.wwfry.org/tickets) to buy tickets.
Title: Re: September 2021 Work Reports
Post by: James Patten on September 04, 2021, 06:20:15 PM
Work done on Saturday Sept 4:

* Engine house: Brendan received a shipment of lumber yesterday, so spent yesterday and first thing this morning sorting and stacking it, then moved it over to next to the engine house.  Bryce and Dan were cutting I-beams for the posts for the inspection pit track.
* Passenger trucks: Zack managed to continue dismantling the passenger trucks that we were working on on Tuesday.
* Electrical: Josh was in the house and directed Alan, Nicole and myself in putting up conduit and running wire, then he and Alan started terminating.
* Weed whacking: Mike and Dwight (and maybe Fred?) did some vegetative removal along one of our roads.
Title: Re: September 2021 Work Reports
Post by: Pete Stevens on September 04, 2021, 07:21:30 PM
The Cinder-fellas were busy again today with the mower and trailer, too.   :D
Title: Re: September 2021 Work Reports
Post by: Mike Fox on September 04, 2021, 08:43:38 PM
Vegetation control crew..

(https://i.postimg.cc/DZLH43Mw/0904210843a.jpg)

Tonights concert after the Pavilion opening ceremony. I will say this was my first concert and these guys were very good.

(https://i.postimg.cc/bvK4vwL5/0904211721a.jpg)

(https://i.postimg.cc/VvwTjZxB/0904211721.jpg)
Title: Re: September 2021 Work Reports
Post by: Jeff Schumaker on September 05, 2021, 10:21:47 AM
Thanks for the photos, Mike.

Jeff S.
Title: Re: September 2021 Work Reports
Post by: Bill Reidy on September 05, 2021, 12:35:41 PM
Some photos from yesterday, Saturday, September 4th.

Fred sharpening tools.
(https://i.imgur.com/SCokbr8.jpg)

A large committee helping Brendan Barry fix a lawn tractor that wouldn't start.  It was a bad battery.
(https://i.imgur.com/WDrWuBG.jpg)

Public trains were run yesterday (BB&Q & Farmstand Express) and were well attended.  A few photos at Top of Mountain.  Consist from south (right) to north:  WW&F caboose No. 320; WW&F coach No. 8;...
(https://i.imgur.com/ET65AF5.jpg)

...W&Q coach No. 3; and Maine Locomotive & Machine open car No. 130.
(https://i.imgur.com/d6nbt1K.jpg)

SeaLyon Farm and Grandpa's Kitchen had stands at Top of Mountain, and SeaLyon offered tractor rides to the farm and back.
(https://i.imgur.com/fmEsaTw.jpg)

See the Mountain Extension (https://forum.wwfry.org/index.php/topic,898.msg51924.html#msg51924) and Engine House (https://forum.wwfry.org/index.php/topic,3966.msg51925.html#msg51925) threads for other photos taken yesterday.
Title: Re: September 2021 Work Reports
Post by: John Kokas on September 05, 2021, 08:47:17 PM
That tractor repair looks like a typical Government job - one guy working and 5 supervising.  :o ::)
Title: Re: September 2021 Work Reports
Post by: Bill Baskerville on September 05, 2021, 10:26:21 PM
That tractor repair looks like a typical Government job - one guy working and 5 supervising.  :o ::)
Look closely, Fred is also working, he is pointing to the dead battery.
Title: Re: September 2021 Work Reports
Post by: Carl G. Soderstrom on September 06, 2021, 01:49:48 AM
Mower does have a cup holder  ;D
Title: Re: September 2021 Work Reports
Post by: Stephen Lennox on September 06, 2021, 12:08:09 PM
Anticipated work for Tuesday and Wednesday 7-8 September 2021

*  Track work (Pending)
*  Shop work, passenger truck repairs, vacuum brakes
*  Coach #9 assembly
*  Tamper repairs  (Pending)
*  Trout Brook Bridge railing  (finish build)
*  Trout Brook turn table work
*  Engine House pit rail support work to continue.

Rules and Regulations for Operations

VIII.   Employees in Train Service  (Rules 40-45)

42.   Perform Duties within Qualification Level

        Employees and other individuals may only perform duties
        within the specified limits of their qualification level as
        provided in this document.
Title: Re: September 2021 Work Reports
Post by: Stewart "Start" Rhine on September 06, 2021, 04:42:53 PM
Everyone working at Sheepscot this week, please keep your area clean.  A major campus cleanup began today (mostly the yard & grounds) and will continue for the next few days to be ready for the Lexington Group charter on Saturday.  The last phase will be cleaning the shop building on Thursday / Friday.  There will be 200 people touring the shop and other buildings on Saturday.
Title: Re: September 2021 Work Reports
Post by: Ed Lecuyer on September 06, 2021, 07:20:36 PM
Piggybacking on what Stewart said, please "hide" any modern conveniences in "historic" areas, such as the railyard, Sheepscot station, platform area, etc. The car barn exhibit hall should be as tidy as possible (a good amount of clean-up was done in there today - but there could always be more done.)

Identify and remove tripping hazards (loose wood, cribbing, random pieces of scrap steel), especially in the railyard and along the public pathways.

And, of course, the (public) bathrooms - if you notice something isn't as it should be in there, please either deal with it, or alert someone who can.

Finally, this clean-up sets the stage for our "busy season" which starts on 9/25. TWO trains will be running every Saturday with hourly departures 11am - 5pm.

Thanks all!
Title: Re: September 2021 Work Reports
Post by: Mike Fox on September 07, 2021, 12:21:26 PM
We should be practicing this every day. A neat work place is a safe work place.
Title: Re: September 2021 Work Reports
Post by: James Patten on September 08, 2021, 06:51:04 AM
Anticipated work for Saturday September 11:

* Lexington Group charter - people needed as tour guides, train crew, etc.
* Board meeting at 4.
Title: Re: September 2021 Work Reports
Post by: Stephen Lennox on September 09, 2021, 06:45:39 PM
                       Work completed Tuesday and Wednesday 7-8 September 2021

Tuesday:

*  Track work,  3 troublesome joints at MP#7 lifted, ballasted and tamped, ML&MW switch
    lifted ballasted and tamped, Big Joe returned to Sheepscot for service and minor repairs.                             
    (Brian W, Chuck, Steve Leet, Scott Higgins, Steve L)

*  Shop work,  Passenger truck rebuild  (Jerry, Carlos), Vacuum brakes build (Johnathan, randy)
                        Engine House pit support manufacture   (Bryce)

*  Mowing Alna Center  (Fred, Randy)

*  Trout Brook Bridge Kiosk build  (Randy)

*  Tamper (Wilma) repairs continue,   (Jay B)

*  Coach #9 assembly continues  (Eric)

*  Campus clean up  (Stewart, Fred)

*  Gift Shop  (Cindy R)

*  Rolling stock Truck Journal greasing/oiling  (Phil B)

*  Trout Brook turn table work  (Brendan, Jason, Fred)

Wednesday:

*  Track, 3 turn table cribs build,  (Steve L, Steve Leet, Chuck)

*  Shop, Support manufacture  (Bryce)
    Vacuum brake build  ( Johnathan, Randy)

*  Coach #9 build continues  (Eric)

*  Gift Shop/Kitchen supplies  (Cindy R)

*  Mowing Sheepscot campus  (Fred)

*  Campus clean up  (Stewart)

*  Trout Brook turn table construction  (Brendan, Jason)

Note:  A lot of work has been going on at the Railroad beyond Tues-Wed..
           Clean up on Monday (Stewart, Ed)
Title: Re: September 2021 Work Reports
Post by: James Patten on September 11, 2021, 07:36:37 PM
Work done on Saturday September 11:

* At 10 AM the steam whistle blew for a moment of silence to remember those lost 20 years.
* The Lexington Group came today for a train ride.  They had a conference in Portland this past week, and this was their day to get out and do things.  We gave tours, answered questions, and of course took them for a train ride.  One group in the morning, one in the afternoon.
* Engine house: Brendan put down the boards on top of the concrete wall all around, with Fred supervising.
* An interview took place of Madelyn Verney Pierce, who was the daughter of a former postmaster of Sheepscot (in the 1930s), and was the sister of Richard Verney.
* Board meeting at 4.
Title: Re: September 2021 Work Reports
Post by: Bill Reidy on September 12, 2021, 10:10:18 AM
A few photos from yesterday, Saturday, September 11th:

At 10 a.m., No. 9's whistle was sounded as a memorial to 9/11.
(https://i.imgur.com/i2nz4GQ.jpg)


Stewart Rhine and Fred Morse filling buckets with coal for No. 9.
(https://i.imgur.com/sEHngrD.jpg)

The day's charter train.  No. 9 is at the water tank.  Her consist (north to south):  MLMW open car No. 130; W&Q coach No. 3; MNG Franklin & Megantic No. 2; and SR&RL No. 14.
(https://i.imgur.com/Pl6wA22.jpg)

More Saturday photos can be found in the Mountain Extension (https://forum.wwfry.org/index.php/topic,898.msg52007.html#msg52007) and Engine House (https://forum.wwfry.org/index.php/topic,3966.msg52008.html#msg52008) project threads.
Title: Re: September 2021 Work Reports
Post by: James Patten on September 12, 2021, 04:35:17 PM
I found some videos taken by one of the Lexington Group riders:

First (SS to TOM): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LVHPX9g732s (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LVHPX9g732s)
Second (TOM to AC): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k6Cbe8jexRI (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k6Cbe8jexRI)
Third (AC runby): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AvTOyeiM39I (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AvTOyeiM39I)
Title: Re: September 2021 Work Reports
Post by: Stephen Lennox on September 13, 2021, 09:48:36 AM
Anticipated work for Tuesday and Wednesday 14-15 September 2021

*  Trout Brook Turntable, ring rail set up/spiking
*  Switching Sheepscot Yard.
*  Tamper Big Joe, minor welding and servicing
*  Shop work, Truck repair, vacuum brakes (pending)
*  Coach #9 build  (pending)
* Campus clean up


                  Rules for Standards of Operations

XIV.  Main Track Movement of Trains  (Rules 90-99)

90.  Authority to use Main Track
       Railroad equipment, including trains, track cars and hand cars, may operate outside
       of yard limits only after Registering that activity either in the Main Track Register
       or with a Dispatcher On Duty.   
Title: Re: September 2021 Work Reports
Post by: James Patten on September 15, 2021, 06:42:10 AM
Anticipated work for Saturday Sep 18:

Today we don't have any public trains.  That means we can all take a siesta, right?  WRONG!

* PAINT CABOOSE 554 (help needed!)
* Mountain Extension (equipment move - see Mike's note below.)
* Engine house construction
* Machine shop
* Sheepscot vehicle repairs and/or earthmoving
Title: Re: September 2021 Work Reports
Post by: Mike Fox on September 15, 2021, 07:40:28 AM
I am going up to grab the Kubota by rail with the equipment car first thing. I need 1 person to go with per the new rules. I will be leaving the equipment car in Sheepscot when done, with the intention of fetching the Dozer from TOM next Saturday
Title: Re: September 2021 Work Reports
Post by: Stephen Lennox on September 15, 2021, 02:24:01 PM
Work completed Tuesday and Wednesday 14-15 September 2021.

Tuesday:

*  Trout Brook Bridge railings built  (Randy, Jonathan)
*  Tampers both Big Joe and Wilma repairs  (Jay b)
*  Shop, passenger car trucks rebuild  (Jerry, Carlos)
*  Trash and campus clean up  (Stewart)
*  Trout Brook turntable  ( Steve Leet, Chuck, Paul, Steve L, Jason))
*  Locomotive #9, drain water, general maintenance  (Roger)
*  Coach #9 assembly continues  (Eric, Ron, Lou)
*  Archives work  (Linda)
*  Gift shop work (Cindy R)
*  Rolling stock grease and oiling.  (Phil B)
*  Engine house   (Brendan, Fred) 

Wednesday:

*  Campus clean up, maintenance  (Fred, Stewart)
*  Crane truck crane cable repair,  (Johnathan, Steve L)
*  Ring rails cut, loaded on truck   (Steve L, Jonathan, Randy)
*  Tamper(s) repairs.  (Jay B)
*  Coach #9 assembly  (Lou)
*  Engine house  (Brendan)


NOTE:  Wednesday was a short day for most, ending at 1pm.
Title: Re: September 2021 Work Reports
Post by: James Patten on September 18, 2021, 08:11:52 PM
Work done on Saturday Sept 18:

* Equipment move: Mike and Brian got the Kubota from end of track and brought it back to Sheepscot, then returned the equipment hauler back to the north end.
* Painting Caboose 554: A crew repaired the roof on 554 and some trim, then in the afternoon painted it.  Let's hope it dried by the time the thunderstorms came through at 6.
* Coach 9: Nicole was milling pedestals for the coach.  Harold was putting a critical eye on the seat castings and doing some dremel work on one of them.
* Truck repair: Zack, Dave and I took apart the wood/steel sandwiches that made up the pivot block of the trucks, for Zack to make new ones from.
* Archival goodies: Linda got a shipment of slides of various railroads (including WW&F and Edaville).
* Equipment repair: Mike and others worked to remove and replace a piece of the Chesterfield dozer track.
* Coaling locos: Pete and Cody delivered coal to 9 and 7.
Title: Re: September 2021 Work Reports
Post by: Mike Fox on September 18, 2021, 08:57:26 PM
We went on tour after returning the equipment car to TOM. We had a new volunteer with us, Scott, that had not been past TOM prior to today, so we along with Steve Leet gave him the tour. We wound up at the end of track looking at the recent work for the Turntable

(https://i.postimg.cc/tgxxhJXj/0918211109.jpg)

(https://i.postimg.cc/gJb64pJ6/0918211109a.jpg)

(https://i.postimg.cc/QdV5dSwV/0918211110.jpg)

Then back to Sheepscot for lunch.
Dozer was finished about 5pm..

(https://i.postimg.cc/YCVFGYBR/0918211721.jpg)

(https://i.postimg.cc/fyKXJPMS/0918211722.jpg)

With a little extra heavy lifting help of the Kubota..

(https://i.postimg.cc/LXjjMX7T/0918211722a.jpg)
Title: Re: September 2021 Work Reports
Post by: Stephen Lennox on September 19, 2021, 07:35:38 PM
Anticipated work for Tuesday and Wednesday 21-22 September 2021.

* Track work,  installing the Trout Brook Turntable  (Tuesday)
*  Shop,  Truck repair continues, Vacuum brakes (Pending)
*  Tamper repair (Wilma)
*  Switching prep. For Saturday operations
*  Locomotive #9, #7, prep for Saturday operations
*  Campus clean up
*  Gift shop, Archives
*  Alna Center/Sheepscot mowing  (pending)
*  Engine house


Rules and Standards for Operations

X  General Requirements for Trains  (60-66)

63.  Hand Brakes
       At least every other car in any train operating on the Main Track shall have completely
       operable hand brakes easily controlled from the deck or roof of the car by means of a
       brake wheel.  When a train consists of a locomotive and a single car, that shall have
       operable hand brakes when operating on the Main Track.
Title: Re: September 2021 Work Reports
Post by: Ed Lecuyer on September 19, 2021, 07:52:39 PM
A follow up from Saturday, etc...

First off, we've welcomed three NEW volunteers to the railroad. Scott has already "jumped right in" and been present during both during the week and on Saturdays. On 9/18, we welcomed Sarah and Bob from Charlestown, NH. Their first visit to the WW&F was back in January for a "Winter Caboose Adventure" - this time they came back to PAINT the caboose!

If you (yes YOU) encounter a new volunteer at Sheepscot, be sure they have one of the new "Welcome to the WW&F" volunteer guides. They are found next to the sign-in log at Sheepscot. There is a smaller insert for the parents of minors who wish to volunteer aside their children. Special thanks to "Major" Steve Leet and Pete Stevens who helped produce these handouts.

And speaking of Pete (and Cody) the work they did to hand coal locomotives #9 and #7 is greatly appreciated! They easily moved 50 buckets of coal. By the end of the day, Cody was covered in coal dust (just as it should be.)

If someone (or some small group) who is not needed for the other tasks planned this week would like to tackle paining the INTERIOR of caboose 554, please check with me or Jason. We start $200 Caboose Adventure charters next week (includes Pumpkin Pickin' at SeaLyon Farm for up to 15 people) so it really should look the part.
Title: Re: September 2021 Work Reports
Post by: James Patten on September 22, 2021, 06:45:05 AM
Anticipated work for Saturday Sept 25:

* Pumpkin Trains - two train sets, crew needed for train ops as well as public interfacing.
* Equipment retrieval - Mike wants to get the bulldozer first thing in the morning.
* Painting Boxcar 67 (weather permitting)
Title: Re: September 2021 Work Reports
Post by: Mike Fox on September 22, 2021, 08:19:53 AM
We will scratch the retrieval until a later time. No good place to unload it in Sheepscot currently. Instead, I will be leveling behind the containers if it isn't too soft from the rain.
Title: Re: September 2021 Work Reports
Post by: Ed Lecuyer on September 22, 2021, 10:25:52 AM
Piggybacking on James -
The next FIVE weeks will be very busy with public operations. Help is needed on the trains, Sheepscot, at Top of the Mountain, and Alna Center. Please let me know if you are available to help.

PLEASE PARK CONSIDERATELY.  All-day volunteers should park in what space is available in the upper/west lot and block each other in.
When starting the "2nd row" be sure to start it close and parallel to the one adjacent to the the Percival house, otherwise we will not be able to handle the anticipated traffic.
Title: Re: September 2021 Work Reports
Post by: Stephen Lennox on September 22, 2021, 08:44:48 PM
Work completed Tuesday and Wednesday 21-22 September 2021

Tuesday:

*  Track work, the track crew begins drilling, bolting Trout Brook ring rail.
    (Steve L, Steve Leet, Chuck, Brain, Paul)

*  Tampers, Big Joe and Wilma, repairs continue (Big Joe is ready)
    (Jay B)

*  Campus clean and trash run  (Stewart)

*  Coach #9 assembly continues (Eric, Lou, Harold)

*  Yard switching prep for Saturday operations (Jason, Ed, Jay B, Emily)

*  Shop work,  Vacuum brake work continues, jointer repair  (Jonathan, Randy)
                       Passenger truck rebuild continues  (Jerry, Carlos)

*  Gift shop/mail p/u sorting  (Cindy R)

*  Archive work on going  (Linda)

*  Mowing Alna Center  (Fred, Randy)

Wednesday:

*  Track work, ring rail completed, 24 holes drilled, over 110 spikes, ring aligned.
    (Brian W, Steve L, Chuck, Steve Leet, Scott Higgins, Stewart)

*  Jointer repair,  (Jonathan, Randy)

*  Coach #9 assembly continues (Eric, Ron)

*  Campus clean up  (Stewart, Fred)

*  Archives work  (Linda)

*  Up dating, testing (Joe F)

*  Engine house  (Brendan, Fred)
Title: Re: September 2021 Work Reports
Post by: Stewart "Start" Rhine on September 24, 2021, 07:21:59 PM
Thursday / Friday - Sept. 23rd & 24th

* Engine 7 steamed and tested to ToM & return by Jason and Gordon C.
* Engine 9 steamed up and run for testing with Wes and Roger.
* Engine house -
           More stanchions were made by Bryce and he and Dan set them in the pit and measured placement.
           Wall frame sections built by Brendan, Fred & Start.  One side is almost complete as of Friday evening.
           Lumber was sorted for the next section of wall framing and more lumber / timbers were ordered from Jay Verney.
* New coupler knuckles arrived and were checked.
* Coach 9 - Harold finished the final cleaning of the coach seat end castings.   

Photos of the seat casting work and engine house construction are on the WW&F FB page.
Title: Re: September 2021 Work Reports
Post by: Bob Springs on September 24, 2021, 10:05:17 PM
It's great to see the turntable project progressing so well but... (and I hope I'm wrong about this) I can't help but worry about security with such an item of curiosity clearly visible from a public highway in an isolated area.
Not that I know what to do about it.
Title: Re: September 2021 Work Reports
Post by: James Patten on September 25, 2021, 05:58:38 PM
Work done on Saturday September 25:

* Engine house: Two thirds of two walls went up today.  That two walls, a third of each wall.  The ground assembly of the west wall was completed, then assembly of the east wall began on top of it (using the other as a template).  With the completion of one third of the east wall, Fred was eager to get each of the thirds up.  Mike on the boom truck did the lifting.
* Coach 9: Alan and Nicole were busy working on the coach's pedestals, while Harold was working on the seat castings (in the last week he's drilled the holes for the feet and for the seat back arms, this work was for the arm rest holes).
* Pumpkin Trains: well attended today, along with some new trainmen in training.
Title: Re: September 2021 Work Reports
Post by: Mike Fox on September 25, 2021, 07:29:59 PM
I also managed to level around the container to get ready for gravel.

(https://i.postimg.cc/G3Pq5Lnj/0925211530.jpg)
Title: Re: September 2021 Work Reports
Post by: Stephen Lennox on September 27, 2021, 10:32:35 AM
Anticipated work for Tuesday and Wednesday 28-29 September 2021

Track Work, engine house switch build begins, prep/mount crane on flat car
Shop work, passenger truck rebuild, vacuum brakes (pending)
Harsco Tamper repairs
Campus clean up
Engine house build
Track Inspection


Rules and Standards for Operations

X.   General Requirements for Trains (Rules 60-66)

62.  Standing Cars

        a. 
        b.  Cars not equipped with hand brakes shall be trigged to prevent their movement.
             Trigs must extend fully across both rails and be placed in pairs to prevent motion
             in either direction. When possible, such cars that must be left standing should be
             coupled to another standing car that is equipped with hand brakes.
     
        c.  When one or more cars are left on a grade unattended, the farthest down hill car
             shall be skated and its brake set. If attended, the use of a skate is optional.
        d.
     
Title: Re: September 2021 Work Reports
Post by: Stephen Lennox on September 30, 2021, 10:53:16 AM
Work completed Tuesday nd Wednesday 28-29 September 2021.

Tuesday:

*  Track work, set up begins for the run through engine house switch
    ( Steve L, Steve Leet, Chuck, Paul, Scott, Randy, Stewart)
    So. Switch cribbing at Alna Station repaired  (Steve Leet)

*  Shop,  Passenger truck rebuild continues  (Jerry, Carlos)
               Locomotive #9, plumbing for the fireman's side injector starts (Josh, Jason, Johnathan)
               Vacuum brakes, planner repair  (Jonathan)

*  Coach #9 assembly, (Eric, Ron, Lou)
                    seat castings (Harold)
 
*  Engine House build continues, (Fred, Stewart, Lou, Randy Mark)

*  Gift shop/mail  (Cindy R)

*  Campus clean up and trash run  (Stewart)

Wednesday:

*  Track work,  switch build continues, points, frog and rails selected moved to ties
     (Bryce, Chuck, Brian W, Steve Leet, Scott, Jason, Randy)

*  Shop, Locomotive #9  gets the new injector and testing work to follow Jason, Johnathan, Bryce)
              Vacuum brake work continues  (Jonathan, new volunteer Dave)

*  Coach #9 assembly continues, roof sheathing  (Eric, Ron)

*  Engine house build continues,  (Fred, Stewart, Eric)

*  Harsco Tamper work, clean up of several small machines  (Jay B)

*  Archives,  (Linda)