In the gift shop, Gloria and Janelle dressed for the day. The period dress and hats were superb!
Janelle did the honours serving up the cake for the day and also impressed the crowd with her waving skills in the left seat on Locomotive 9000 on one of the trips. Odd how there were a lot more photos taken of the train from the platform side on that trip compared to the others.
Ted was back in the driver's seat although he is quick to tell you that a locomotive is not driven, it is run. Does that make it the runner's seat? Jim took the other seat - colloquially referred to as the left seat. Or the fireman's seat? Or the head end brakeman's seat? Or the front-end trainman's seat? Or are they just trying to pull the leg of a neophyte?
Ivan again took on the conductor duties for the day and made even more confetti. A different ticket punch, perhaps? Niall Smith capably filled in as tail-end brakeman.
Don was the crossing guard extraordinaire for the day.
Jamie managed to get tarps and plastic over the exposed portion of the NAR Comboose 306 in the north bay of Dunvegan Shop. Then he closed up all the display cars and buildings and shut the gate at the end of a very successful and rewarding long weekend at the Alberta Railway Museum!