Mid-Week Work Efforts - Part 1 of 2
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As we get closer and closer to our opening event, many of our volunteers are turning up during the week to help expedite completion on a number of fronts.
In the above images at the upper left and middle, we see two of our engines out on track patrol as we continue to tweak and refine our trackage to assure reliable running of all of our equipment. At the upper right above, holes in the F7 Cab's nose are being patched with welded in steel plates. At the left below, we find the posts (already primed in white) in the three bays being painted black up to the four foot level.
As seen in the middle image below, not to be out done by Dan's bringing his mother and father down on Mother's Day to work on our equipment, I brought my daughter (who built and maintains our TRHA website), my son-in-law, Jay (who was oneof the team who built the Toronto Rail lands Simulation), and my granddaughter, Sephie to help expedite the completion of the U33C Simulator which is seen in the image at the lower right with one of the many steel plates installed which are required to complete the cab's structure.
Posting & Pictures by Russ Milland