The regular 'Thursday gang' was busy again this week - 'CJ' and Keith completed the external repaint of Pinesway Signalbox (and what a fine sight it looks too!) whilst myself and Ian continued with the mini overhaul of one of our fleet of maintenance wagons. Even maintenance wagons need maintenance and some TLC!
Further info (from Wikipedia)
The Gartell Light Railway is a privately run narrow gauge edutainment railway located at Yenston, south of Templecombe, in Somerset, England. It operates a 2 ft (610 mm) narrow gauge railway running for 3⁄4 mile (1.2 km), partly along the track of the old Somerset and Dorset Joint Railway.The railway has 4 stations - Common Lane, Pinesway Junction, Park Lane and Tower View. The railway is controlled using a comprehensive signalling system operated from two signalboxes - Common lane and Pinesway Junction. Both signalboxes control a mix of semaphore and colour light signals with mechanically operated points. The railway is open to the public on selected dates through the year when it normally operates an intensive 3 train operation with departures from Common Lane station every 20 minutes through the day between 1030 and 1630.