Stephen, Niale, Barry W. and Don K enjoyed the breeze in the back end of the train.
Gloria, Cathy, Rose Marie and Irene did their best to reduce the gift shop inventory and keep the ice cream freezer restocked.
Barry C. and Ivan were successful in preventing any damage to the train from pedestrians using the crossing.
Don W. and Mark did shop tours, got water into the tender for 1392 and supervised the grease monkeys. Always a toss-up as to where the most grease goes - on the engine or on the volunteers.
Mike helped with the morning start-up of 1392 and on crossing duty. And brought donuts!
Along with providing train operations support, Brad did a huge task for the museum in getting the north bay door track bracket bolted back in place, replacing the chain on the sprocket, adjusting the chain tension and replacing the missing door rollers and brackets. Ivan and Barry C. completed the securing of the door track on the beam. The north overhead door is operational once again. No need for the high priced professionals when you have volunteers that are handy to have around, well, around. Volunteers rule!
Pat B. tapped out messages on the station telegraph – much to the delight of some text savvy visitors.
Barry C. and Jamie did the after hours wash room and garbage cleanup duty. Know knew wasps nests were discovered, so it was a good day!