Definitely a member of the geriatric crew, though not the oldest. Age is...4B in hex.
Did final checking clearances going into the trestle under the bridge. Checked with my Pennsy S1 and Ted's C&O EM1. The S1 had no clearance issues. The EM1 appeared to pass until the decking hit (located near the bottom of the boiler front), needed about an eighth of an inch more clearance. Going the opposite way (leaving the trestle) was no interference.
Moved the trestle about an eighth of an inch. Can't move much more because clearance becomes a problem on the other side of the trestle for looonng cars. May have to restrict the direction of big overhang engines to only leaving the trestle.
Our artist Johnbrandt finishing up the second scenery panel.
Laid out the track locations on the upper level to the trestle and replaced the bridges. The track crew can start laying track when they're available, which may be a bit since club members will be helping to set up the O-gauge display for the Monmouth Museum this week.
And, just runnin' trains.
The S1 taking the grade.