|Mike Barrett at 27th Street clears the car float, then fills it up again.|
|The Harlem Station after Barrett's completion of work before he moved over to 27th St.|
|Steve Jackobs heads out of the yard to switch the HBS industries.|
|David Petersen (left) and Steve Jackobs (right) dropping their pickups in the HBS Yard.|
Barrett, Jackobs, Petersen were on shake down duty operating the new 27th Street Lehigh station, Erie Harlem and the HBS industry jobs, but no yard this time. This was a last minute gig that conflicted with a large train show an hour away, so I didn't expect to get a lot of takers, but I needed to have trains run to find some more problems before the next session. The original idea was to have a stress test since I can now handle 11 people, which is what I was gearing up for the following weekend.
No big surprises, and mostly it confirmed work load balancing and how much time it takes to complete jobs. After this is was back to work on converting another locomotive to battery power, adding a car float and a bunch of battery charging for the next session...