Himself is loading me up with jobs - which is a reversal of the usual situation, it has to be said.
Not only has he tasked me with finding a way of making the lamp pots for the roof of 19, I have been presented with a bare body shell of number 15.
Long term readers will recall that this is the result of a rather silly error when we were making a second model of 16 in Col. Stephens livery to use on Bron Hebog.
Not considering the difference between the carriages we accidently ordered a Worsley scratch-aid kit for 15 which features the windows in the balcony end of the first and last compartments.
You may recall that he had soldered the frets together before we twigged.
Not wishing to waste them we put it to one side with the intention of making another model of 15, in its present high-Victorian condition, and so the time has come for me to make up an interior in styrene.