Himself has begun applying the transfer lining to our new, old carriage 15 (if you can follow that logic).
This is an even more thankless task that on carriage 19 which completed not so long ago because there is even more of the fine gold lines and tiny weenie curves to be slid into position around the intricate beading on what are reputed to be the UK's first bogie carriages.
At the moment he's just done the very start of one end, but it's a painstaking business but I'm sure the end result will look fabulous.
Once again he's using the Fox Transfers waterslide lining sets.
I suppose it may be some consolation that it's no easier doing it on the real carriage where all of this detail is applied in an equally intricate fashion using genuine gold leaf.
If you've never been to one of the FR's Victorian Weekends you really should make the effort to go because the restoration, rebuilding and recreation of the vintage carriage fleet is something to behold when you see them all brought out and being played with.