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The rear frame stretcher refurbishment.

The rear frame stretcher is seen in January 2009 proir to its removal for refurbishment. Photo: Laurence Armstrong
The returned frame stretcher in January 2011 'trial fitted' to check for distortion. Photo: Laurence Armstrong
Looking at where the pin for the rear pony truck fits.Photo: Laurence Armstrong
Slight gaps from heat distortion during the refurbishment can be seen at each face onto the frames.Photo: Laurence Armstrong
   
   
   
   
The loco's rear frame stretcher on the borer in Boston Lodge's machine shop. Photo: Andie Shaw
The loco's rear frame stretcher on the borer at Boston Lodge. Photo: Andie Shaw
The loco's rear frame stretcher on the borer at Boston Lodge having the hole machined for the rear pony truck pivot pin. Photo: Andie Shaw
The refurbished rear frame stretcher back in postion in January 2012, although yet to be attached with fully fitted bolts.  Photo: Laurence Armstrong
   
   
   
   
Refurbishment of the rear frame stretcher
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