Here at Crymlyn A Shop the Boyos have won a contract (ref AM33/7) from Peckett to construct a locomotive for the Alexandra Docks and Railway company. This will soon be absorbed by the Great Western Railway and renumbered 679. Most of the parts are in stock for its construction but unfortunately our foreman is concerned about a lack of these new fangled photograph things of the prototype. Several are in hand of a sister locomotive numbered 680 but this, apparently, had different cab side sheets and some other minor details. Would any of our readers be able to help our overstressed foreman with some photographic evidence as he is making the Boyos lives a misery?] We are guessing the only function of the extended cab side sheets was to make it difficult for the crew to access the rear part of the running board?