A posed picture? Yes! Stirling Mayor Giavanni Italiano gives the all clear for Bill Wall to move off through the station on Minion.
Jim Crawford, former president Bill Marshall (1988-91) and John Martin.
Ed Brown shows off his new engine to former vice-president and secretary Ian Allison and David Naeser.
Noeline Langford and Maxine Adams, whose late husbands were influential former presidents, and Stella Chapman, pictured during the lunch break.
Society patron George Strickland and president Tom Winterbourn pictured in front of the plaque on the picnic grounds access ramp, which was officially opened by George in April, 1998. Keep supporting that bridge Tom!
Andrew Manning fired up his Foden steam truck to help the celebrations.
John Martin chats to former president Bill Marshall (1988-91)
Gilbert Ness had a great time getting to know his new 5in German 2-6-2T.
Nathan Clements brings Sir Nigel Gresley back into the shed after a successful run.
The steaming bays towards the end of the day.
He may be 92 years old, but Dennis Lord still enjoys his days at the club. Here he is pictured driving Steve Reeves’ battery loco Ocker.
While most members were enjoying, poor Clive Chapman was left to do the BBQ-ing!
John Shugg admires Gilbert Ness’ BR standard 2-6-4 tank while Phil Gibbons and Harry Rosser chat in the background.