The Triple-domed Eveleigh Running Sheds are completed.
The Blacksmith's Shop is erected.
Spring Shop is erected where Innovation Plaza stands today.
Electrification of Eveleigh Railway Workshops machinery is completed.
Spring Shop activity peaks at Eveleigh.
A Davy Press (1,500 ton capacity) is installed, together with a new crane and two boilers and an intensifier to provide steam to drive the compressor which drives the press.
Spring making activity is at its height at Eveleigh. It manufactures or repairs an average of 33,200 laminated springs and 25,500 coiled springs per year for locomotives, carriages and wagons on the NSW system.
20 CWT (hundredweight) hammer in the Blacksmith's Shop closes as there is no longer any work for it.
The Spring Shop relocates to Bay 3, where machinery remains on display today.
Wrought Artworks recommission blacksmiths' forges and electrically-powered equipment in Bays 1 and 2.
Like a living thing
Surrounding the Davy Press, remain the steam hammers, forges and tools of the blacksmith’s trade - grinders, blowers and a great tangle of steam pipes, electric shears, cranes, lathes, anvils, hammers and tongs which produced a maelstrom of smoke, sparks and racket whilst in the throes of Eveleigh's iron alchemy.