Hi bikermike - something else to see later this year - we are getting on well with excavating the foundations of the Blythburgh station building. About half done now - in difficult conditions, the top foot-or-so having been repeatedly trashed by car park surfacing and drainage works and then creted/tarmacked over. Still - the main (and surprisingly robust) wall bases are there, and we are discovering some quite nice artefacts (which will be displayed in the goods shed after project completion). Until this year it was unclear exactly where the building had been - as the area has changed so much. Now working into the area (the booking office and clerk's office) where we hope for lots of Victorian and early 20th century stuff - as the site at this lower level, below the suspended floor, has not been disturbed since WWII. NB - it is open to distant public view, but covered by CCTV! With strong support from the owner and much of the local population, we hope to be able to do a lot more at this December 1879 station. NB if you let us know (via the website or on F/B) when, we can give you a guided tour of our three sites - Halesworth (loco shed foundations, chain pump and platform, ash and inspection pits, track), Wenhaston (workshop, rolling stock, new test track about to start - not open to the public normally) and Blythburgh (goods shed, station building foundations, track, and maybe more by then....).