Another view of the right hand cylinder, temporarily bolted in place to allow the holes to be drilled.
The cab has been removed again to allow the running plate to be finished off.
Tommy seen here drilling holes in the new running plate using a magnetic drill.
The curve in the running plate angle iron. It has been quite difficult to produce this curve in the angle iron, the plate that sits on top of it and the cab that fits on top of the lot.
The smoke box base with the blast pipe mounting plate face which has been machined.
The new blast pipe and blower ring. The plate between the two will be the base of a new spark arrester arrangement.
Here we have newly manufactured large and small bearing brasses for the piston con rod.
These are the newly manufactured oil rings for the con rod brasses.
Piston rods and valve rods refurbished.
New spring hanger pins have been produced and fitted under the driving wheel axle boxes.
The new pin in the axle box on the opposite side
The cross heads have been white metalled. The one below has had the white metal applied and awaits machining.
The cross head below has had the white metal machined, it has been cleaned and painted, ready to go back on when required.
Other refurbished parts awaiting the time when it all goes back together.
The reverser, refurbished, repainted and waiting.