Extras: Restoring a Railcar October 26, 2016 by Russell Gawthorpe Here are some behind the scenes and bonus photographs from Restoring a Railcar: 903, the lead car of the set. Looking down the side of the DEB set. Some evidence of the "Candy" colour scheme still remains on the intercarriage door. More evidence of candy inside a disused ditch light installation. The driver's cab of power car 958 has been repainted by restoration volunteers to replicate the "Reverse" livery, as a promotional exercise for the restoration project. Brake release lever labeling. Brake wheel. Brake pressure gauge. The old State Rail logo makes an appearance on some labels stuck to a bulkhead. Good advice. How to get comfortable. Throttle controls. Transmission instructions. Brake air gauges and window wiper controls. Vintage detritus: An old Fanta bottle. Not sure of it's age, but it has a (008) freecall phone number on it, which puts it somewhere between 1994 and 1998. The interior of power car 903. Details: Stitching on the "leather" seats. Details: Art Deco style washroom signage. Looking back toward the front of the train. The guard's panel. The "Trouble Light". The galley in buffet car 855, in the process of being cleaned. This is a restoration project; there's a lot of work to do. Breakdown equipment. Interior of car 958. Interior of 957. Selfie with DEB set. You can support the 900 Class DEB Set Restoration Project by visiting their website!