- Condenser T-cock blowing by nut [this we knew about, anyway]
- Ejector reluctant to shut off
- Ejector blowing through
- Brake whistle bracket broken
- Vac pump spindle out of alignment
2807 is in service through the weekend, taking a well-earned rest on Monday. She will still be very hot, and they will light a fire later in the day ready for Tuesday being in service again!
I bet there will still be enough pressure to move the loco (under its own steam) to align the vac pump on Monday.
Should be able to fix the whistle bracket. [I'm surprised that this isn't a loco failure]
Can't do the others - loco will be too hot.
I cancelled today! However, Dixie turned up, and in between downpours we cleaned and prepared 11 rail chairs for boot scrapers! Dixie had the pleasure of painting their bottoms.
There's a couple more issues logged, but due to the heavy rain, I didn't hang around long enough to make a note of them. Some we can do on Monday, anyway.
Bruce popped in briefly. Steve popped in briefly; had lunch; then poodled off to Winchcombe to take photos.
Geof reports that "Siphon G came out of the barn today. The photo shows the recent painting and new roof to advantage."
… will be a working party day because 2807 will be having a rest (she's been in service all week and is expected to be in service all of next week too!).