Monday, 20 January 2020

A January update

These are a few pictures of work being carried out and some work that has been carried out over the Christmas period.

Ben and Jim giving the wheels a good coat of filler


Not the most comfortable of jobs!


Angles riveted onto the frames over the Christmas and New Year period


The rear drag box is now complete


Looking along the frames from front to back


The new blast pipe now fully machined and treated
There will be a "New Year" engineering report to follow in the not too distant future which will give a bit more detail on what has been happening.


Remember, all of this has been possible with the generosity of people like you that are interested in the project. Without your support we cannot carry on at the same rate experienced so far. Please donate anything you can afford if you would like to see our efforts and passion come to a successful end.

We are also looking at expanding our team of sales stand volunteers, so if you would like to join us, please drop Clive an email at the address below.


One off Donations

A donation of £27 (or any amount) would go a long way towards our aim.
(with gift aid that becomes £33.75)

If you can help us, please make your donation on line at: http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/fund/27

Standing Order Donations

You can also give via standing order to the Bluebell Railway Trust (please contact us for a form) or regular payments via Virgin Money Giving.

The Rivet Club

You will soon be able to join the Rivet Club and make the difference! at £3 a month you could help us see SECR loco No 27 return to steam within the next 5 years! Once signed up you’ll also receive a copy of our quarterly E-newsletter as a way of saying thank you as well as keeping you up to date with our current progress! More details will follow shortly!

Please donate if you are able, it will make  a great difference to the restoration programme.

Thank you for reading this far!  and thank you for the help you have so far given.

Regards

Clive D. Emsley
Chairman of the Fenchurch Fund


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