I hate missing Saturdays at Broadway - it's a day full of the simple pleasures of being in company of like minded chums, doing our bit to bring Broadway Station to life, and generally putting the world to rights. This Saturday I was struck down with a bug and was unable to attend. Nevertheless I had loads of feedback on the progress made, and I thank everyone for their contribution and good wishes.
More bricklaying was carried out on 1B, which seems to grow whenever my back is turned! Roger, now bitten by the corbelling bug, turned out today as well as his usual Wednesday. Together with Clive and Ken work continues and here is a particularly good "aerial" shot by Jo of the 1A vista.
The sight for sore eyes today was Dot the Drott back in action! Steve took the old girl down into the car park to start the levelling of the northern end. The plan is to get this end of the car park in a suitable state for the Volunteers to park their cars when building work starts on the Station proper.
I also missed my fellow blogger from Carriage and Wagon. Sorry about that Peter - hope to see you again soon.
Lastly the car park clearance has become a labour of love for a few and at the head of the crusade is Andy Protherough whose determined efforts over the Winter months has totally transformed it.