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Himself tends to have a number of jobs on the go at once - or perhaps we should just call them 'concurrent projects'.
One of them is the Observation Car 152, which has recently had a pair of bogies made up for it and has been taken for a test run around Dduallt by Blanche, which has itself been undergoing a strip down and clean of its pick ups ahead of the show in Perth this weekend.
The wisdom of a test run at this stage may be recalled by long-time readers of this blog, who will know that I made a very elementary mistake building the chassis of 150 and managed to drill the holes for the bogies not precisely along the centre line of the carriage, meaning it walloped the side of the very tight Rhoslyn Cutting as it passed under the bridge.
Himself is now gathering the mental energy to take on the task of making the curved glazing for the observation end...
This article first appeared on bronhebog.blogspot.com
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