At Lockdown Nethy Steel had erected the frame of Morley's Shed but all the cladding had already been delivered to site, it was decided for security reasons to transfer it all to the locked Boat of Garten Station Car Park.
Above is the preferred method of transportation back to site, on easement of Lockdown mid May, similar Internal Traffic occurred this week,
with the recent Network Rail donated material from Millburn yard being transferred from the car park at Boat to Broomhill Yard, pending its eventual intended use at the proposed new Aviemore Running Shed. Dave Green driving and Georgie Guarding. Both photos courtesy of Station Master Walters.
Mid-Week Georgie gave us the unenviable task of attempting to tidy up the stored P'Way material at Morley's, so that a trench can be dug to bury the blue water supply pipe as seen below,
Peter takes a rest with Angus still standing just! (nothing is lightweight here) as Georgie uses the JCB to try and shift some of the overloaded wooden pallets, tell tale signs of Mike burning the rotten dud pallets in background and a general tidy up was undertaken.
Finally the cludgie gets positioned inside Morley's. This was obtained free of charge some years ago, when we paid for and installed a similar double one inside the Hamilton Carriage Storage Shed at Aviemore (anyone got the keys for it though?)
Thanks to all that attended including Ian who seemed to have escaped my camera.