With the help of Sean’s trailer and pick-up (I cannot imagine how we would manage without the “Digger”), the dismantled parts of the Wenhaston station WC were delivered to the station site, and immediately erected.
As a result of a lot of planning, this went pretty well, and we now have a traditional railway-type WC opposite the van body.
In fact, because we are mostly working at the east end (and at Halesworth) the building is not yet practical (nor “christened”) – but it looks the part, being finished in old-fashioned bitumen matt black.
This building looks small in the open air, and is well concealed under the trees: SRT does have planning permission to erect it here. We will need to complete the roof (and the final coat of paint) before the winter really sets in.