Spring made an appearance with temps in the 80’s for the first time in 2003. Of course, within twenty four hours, we should be in the 30’s. With the good weather on tax day, however, many of the Rochester & Genesee Valley Railroad Museum volunteers took advantage of it and our Tuesday evening work sessions. With the better weather, the time has arrived to begin to wake up our construction equipment and locomotives from their winter slumber.
Facing of the cabinets continued in BR&P caboose #280.
On the border of our property, a berm had been built last year. Museum member and Buildings & Grounds Superintendent Dave Luca had spent the past several days planting tree seedlings on top of the berm. The hope is these seedlings will grow and act as a natural border with our neighbors.