Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Men at Work

1. Richard Stead selecting some wooden trim.
2. Geoff Lomas sweeping Paisley 68 at the end of service.
Not a bad day with some sunshine. Trams in service Paisley 68, Leeds 345 and Southampton 45.

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3 comments:

  1. Anonymous31/8/07 09:37

    Suprised you were allowed in the workshop to take photos. Doesn't seem like many other people are allowed or want to go in these days.

    Or prehaps its just me

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  2. The workshop is most usually welcoming to people who bring skills, goodwill and hardwork. However people are fallible and prone to disagreements and misunderstandings. Museum volunteers and staff are a team, lets try to put an end to the squabbling and work together for the benefit of everyone, treating each other with respect as human beings.

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  3. Anonymous18/2/08 18:24

    We in the workshop are most welcoming to anybody who wants to help. What we don't like is some people who think that just because they are members should have a free rein to just walk into the workshop and start talking/disrupting any work that is happening (this is a dangerous practice) or borrowing workshop equipment leaving us short of tooling (in the past tools haven't been returned).

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