Last Monday, during the final run of the day it was discovered that car 355 had developed a brake issue. This issue was causing axle 3's brake shoes to drag on the wheel, rendering the car very difficult to move. John attempted to resolve the issue by using 355's hand brake wrench to manually release the handbrake, but was unable to fully release the handbrake. Roger P. from operations then brought the car up to the shop to receive a further inspection.
Thanks to John's hard work, the car was released into service on Saturday and ran without issue.
|Sully M. and Brian O. bringing 355 down from the shop|
At the end of the day on Saturday, 16 was brought into the shop to receive some much needed work on the roof of the car.
Roger P. continues to work on repainting the sides of 1326 and hopes to be done within the next week or so. Most of the remaining paint needed on the car is the red striping down either side of the car.