7-Up to July 2016 This is showing work being done in Essex and Terrington.(see engine video below). Underneath with keel, garboard planks and old planks which will be changed Working-on-the-deck-beams Deck-beam-joints Bow-stem-and-knee Keelson,-garboards-and-frames Showing-garboard-planks-and-top-planks Tim-using-spar-gauge-to-mark-out-bowsprit John-planing-the-Bowsprit-round Chris-hand-planing-the-bowsprit Ron-looking-through-the-unfinished-2 inch-fid-hole-in-thenew-bowsprit First-engine-start-since-restoration Starting-Engine-for-first-time Tim making the fid to retain the boom in place while sailing Chris planing the boom into octagonal shape before rounding off Ron and Tim casting lead into brick frogs for ballast It will soon be the last plank Dave marking out the boom Interior showing deck beams Showing guard rail supports Overall showing guard rails Showing Hounds mortice and square section, and mast is now octagonal where required Octagonal mast ready for rounding off. Shaun getting near to attaching the last plank The St Osyths team steaming nearly the last plank Chris turning pulleys for the boom and bowsprit The mast hounds being made (where the stays that hold up the mast are fixed) A study in Concentration – Dave making 3000 plugs to fill screw holes Welding / restoring the prop shaft at the college Student at the College turning the propeller shaft Test template for the rudder. The bow with steel capping before it sent away for galvanising. and here is a video of our restored Thorneycroft engine on first test startup.