Claire had produced a video show reel to show what we get up to when not at shows (everything from machining up connecting rods to craning large locomotives into the workshop for overhaul, as well as all the usual comings and goings on the secondhand side of the business) as well as making up a spectacular-looking display board featuring a couple of dozen machined components to show what the workshop can produce.
All this, as well as the usual twenty or so traction engines and locomotives (with the odd stationary engine thrown in for good measure).
As usual, with the excellent organization at this show, we were all packed up and rolling out by just after 7pm on the Sunday night - the show closed to the public at 4pm, three hours later the Great Hall was absolutely empty. Steve, Sam and I got the vans back at 10.20pm, quick cup of tea and then fell into bed. Monday morning up and empty the vans - by some pretty mad planning on my part we had the boiler inspector in on Tuesday, testing eight engines!