The new Elf centre has progressed rapidly, and after the pouring of the foundations the steel frame went up a few days ago.
Looking south, you can see the operator of the concrete pump on the left, and two associates guiding the pour and checking the correct depth.
A set of bolts to support the steelwork is in the centre, not yet fitted.
The car park is well filled - there isn't a lot of room with all these building works going on.
Taking a step back, you can see the extent of the footprint, and the emormous pump appearing out of nowhere.
Two members of the PWay gang, returning to the mess coach after a wet morning on the Winchcombe relay, peer through the fence to see what is coming.
Several steps back further still, and the big concrete pump makes a big arch through the sky in its bid to reach the furthest trench, along the platform side.
There's more rain in those heavy clouds hanging on the Cotswolds edge in the background.
Here they have been digging a trench for an electrical conduit from the booking offic at Winchcombe, over ot the weighbridge house. This will be opened to visitors when it's finished.
The booking office roof was also waterproofed. This was quite a long job, involving scaffolding and a completely new membrane, as well as repairs to the ceiling inside.
Today they were repairing the roof of their own shed in the yard - well, no one wants to sit under a leaky roof. Inside, amongst other things, they are making the running in board for Hayles Abbey halt. They've had to buy a new backing sheet as the first one, unexpectedly, proved to be too small for all the letters. It is a much bigger sign, once the letters are all laid out, and of course there are no measurements from an original to work from. Should look great when it's finished, with its replica cast letters. The hayles guys would like to open for the May gala, so fingers crossed.