I have made arrangements for the walls (red brick) and slabs from the defunct Honeybourne central platform (see above) to be delivered to Broadway. The bricks will be of great assistance in continuing to build the extremities of the platform walls. Now here's a question for you all " Does it matter if we use red brindle facing bricks in the platform walls at Broadway?" From my point of view we should use them as a backing brick in a composite wall, with blue bricks exposed, but others say, because of the scarcity of blues, it doesn't matter. What do you think?
As an aside, here is the GWR trackbed at Honeybourne. A section of rail has been carefully laid for us. This is where the the GWR trackbed goes under the new O W double span rail bridge. Not up to GWR Pway standards me thinks, but only seven miles( or so) to go from Laverton!