The West Somerset Steam Railway Trust Pictures of GWR BCK no 6705 from 2019 The corridor with the new floor covering and all panelling restored.The electrical cupboard, showing the new battery charger (black box) with the traditional lighting 'on/off' switches restored at the top. This cupboard will be closed while the coach is in service.A new charging point has been fitted at the end of the coach, and is seen here in use on 29 May.New batteries in containers made by Trust volunteer Richard Gibbs are connected fit neatly in the original battery boxes. Wiring on the coach has also been renewed.Freshly outshopped GWR BCK no 6705 stabled in the North Yard at Williton on 21 February 2019. © Liam PopeA pristine GWR BCK no 6705 at Williton recently repainted by the Restorations team after bodyside repairs. The new filler pipes to the roof tank can be seen, allowing the coach to be tanked from platform level, rather that requiring staff to go onto the roof. Late January 2019. © Chris AustinRonnie Wainhouse and John Waters cut millboard for the guard’s van floor while Greg McNelly and Ray Walters work on the electrics inside 6705 at Williton on 26 February 2019.Freshly painted and varnished, 6705 gleams in the sunshine at Williton on 26 February 2019, complete with brass door handles and grab rails. Pictures of GWR BCK no 6705 from 2018 No 6705 on 17 October 2018.First class compartment on 17 October 2018.Third class compartment on 17 Octiber 2018.The corridor of 6705 on 17 Octiber 2018.Recent work on GWR BCK no 6705 has concentrated on the toilets. The Third Class toilet is seen here on 15 November 2018. Picture by Claire Sheppy.Work continues apace on the West Somerset Steam Railway Trust's GWR BCK no 6705 with the compartments just awaiting carpeting. Seen here at Williton on 15 November 2018. Photograph by Claire Sheppy.