Mark Burrows, his son Robert and I were on site today. Mark and Robert carried on scraping, bashing, fibreglassing, filling, sanding and priming around the no.1 cab of 50030, while I had a good tidy up on the shelves opposite the electrical cubicle, then Mark helped me fit the three rad resistor backplates along one side of the rads. Apart from the two middle ones each side, which have a cutout for a roof rib, the others should be interchangeable, but just to be on the safe side until we've fitted them all, we only did them up hand-tight. I washed the two best-condition front protective grilles, which had been painted, albeit rather roughly, some time ago, wire brushed off a few areas of surface rust, and undercoated them again. Mark and Robert rectified another 7 holes in the bdoywork around the cab which still need a further helping of filler and undercoat, but unfortunately time ran out on this occasion. Mark took the photos used in this article of his work on the cab of 50030.