Photos of Westerway station over this weekend. Derwent Valley Railway volunteers have been working on the 100 year old station since early March, as weather permitted. The roof over the canopy on the east end was removed to replace some rotted timber over Friday and Saturday.
There is perhaps another couple of weeks worth of painting and touching up of walls to go plus some timber replacement. The roof and canopy ceiling still need to be stripped and painted. Both these jobs require some hard physical effort, especially the ceiling as this requires working overhead on a scaffold.
Estimated man hours so far is between 600 and 700 hours. A very big project. Certainly very physically demanding.