On Saturday 17th November the Great Western Society showed one of, if not the, greatest achievements of the preservation era, its "Rebuilt Hall" or, to put it another way: its recreated GWR Churchward "Saint". Wearing a plain black livery for this occasion only, the locomotive was paraded in front of eager punters wearing the identity of one of the earliest members of the 29-hundred or 29xx class, no 2983 "Redgauntlet", one of the engines originally built as Atlantics. The engine, which will be "properly" finished in early GWR green livery and named "Lady of Legend" was paraded and then (with a little help from a Phantom) lined up alongside its progenitor and descendants (the first "Hall" was a rebuilt "Saint") in the form of "Modified Hall" no. 6998 "Burton Agnes Hall" and the ultimate GWR express power, no 6023 "King Edward I". On the other side another "Saint" was remembered - appropriately, "Lady of Quality".