More stock arrives, and a small railway grows: rail needed

More stock arrives, and a small railway grows:  rail needed

Many apologies for the hiatus in this blog (again) – there’s no excuse except for pressure of work.  SteamWorks moves on apace (if never quite fast enough for us):  visitors have been invited onsite over several weekends now (open days

SteamWorks starts to take shape

SteamWorks starts to take shape

Events are moving fast at our Southwold site.  Clarkes of Walsham https://www.clarkesofwalsham.co.uk/  delivered timber, membrane, and insulation for the walls and floor of the workshop and main shed:  having enjoyed such a long spell of settled weather, we were caught

Volunteers continue to dedicate hundreds of man-hours (and woman-hours!) to their chosen Charity

Volunteers continue to dedicate hundreds of man-hours (and woman-hours!) to their chosen Charity

Many apologies for the hiatus in this blog: we have been working very hard, and much of the work is not very photogenic. Also, the usual collapse in Southwold ‘s broadband speed, occasioned by the twenty-fold summer increase in the

Steam Works, Halesworth Museum, Heritage Train, and some Trees

The Trust’s Architect and Trustee John Bennett has provided a Portacabin on our new land at Blyth Road, which can be used by volunteers as a staff mess, and as an onsite office. It was last used by Southwold’s lifeboat