First Day

Well, yesterday was my first day of work on the BHR. The main task was to prep the Peckett ‘Henbury’ for the weekends work, among others!

Bristol harbour has a military visitor

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I arrived to find Henburys fire lit having been dragged out of the shed.

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The wagons covering the pit had to be shunted out of the way before oiling could be completed, once the loco had steam up and I ineffectually tried to clean some grease off the wheels!

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Rob dropped the clinker out

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All oiled up and ready to go, Rob collected the coal wagon from the middle siding and brought it back to the crossing where coal was loaded into the excavator bucket

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Then brought the train forward to the crossover to load the coal into the bunker

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Then a short jaunt down to the end of the line (By Ashton Swing Bridge) to collect the flat wagon of sleepers Rob and David had sorted previously in the week.

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Before bringing the lot back to the yard and stashing them in the middle siding.

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Henbury dragged her stablemate out of the shed to drain the water and remove a pipe.

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Then I had to run off to the office! But a very enjoyable day, thanks to David, Rob, Philippa and Rodney (For the loan of boots!)

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