Perhaps Frank has been a bit harsh, but you can understand the frustration. I do take some truck with the idea that because he is a teenager, he therefore must be given some tolerance for his actions. If he was previously unaware of Alan Pegler's death, fair enough, but I think we've reached that stage in the overhaul where it's no longer viable to argue over whether the money spent is a waste - it is only a waste now if Flying Scotsman never turns a wheel again, in any event. Teenagers are not immune to the difference, and consequences, between acceptable and unacceptable commentary. A PM in the ear to explain, calmly, why it is wrong, and a retraction from said member, after understanding why people are not taking to his comments warmly, would go a long towards a mutual agreement between all parties. On a separate note, is there any news as to whether a form of memorial plaque may yet be fitted to Scotsman? I know it is early days but I feel it would be entirely fitting for the locomotive to carry one somewhere, even if it is not external and in the cab, perhaps. My first choice would be on the main frames at the front, ala Tornado, but I accept others may have different, better ideas for such a memorial. Although a good argument pointed out to me was to have Flying Scotsman running again, purely and simply. The best act of memorial for Alan Pegler.