Below: Meanwhile, in the works, the volunteers at Bridgnorth have removed and cleaned all of the motion to enable the cylinder block to be freed and removed – the block is seen here from the rear and then the front. This will now return to Beamish for survey, drawing and then pricing for a pattern, casting and machining of the replacement block. It is hoped that, if we have a good summer, this work can be commissioned in the autumn. A good example of the direct correlation between the money we make on site being ploughed back into projects such as this – so please do visit us and spend some money at the Museum!!!