Help needed with Brunel railway shed

In Radstock, on the former line from Frome to Bristol, stands an Engine shed, built in the 1860’s to service the engines running on the broad gauge track. A local community-led company (Norton Radstock Regeneration)  is responsible for restoring this blue lias-built building, putting back the original style of roof, and providing it with a purpose for the future.

Investigation shows that there are a number of features remaining beneath the grass and scrub around it, and the owners would welcome some help and skills from local archaeologists with a more thorough investigation.

If anyone would like to help with bringing a much neglected building come back to life, please could they email and we will put you in contact.