I quite agree JTX that you should have some pride in your appearance. Although I'm not a wearer of greasetops or neckerchiefs I still make sure that I have a clean pair of bib n brace and jacket whenever I am on the footplate. I have a pair of overalls for prep and then change when the dirty stuff is done! Some crews are just not bothered about their appearance at all, and I include some at my home line too. Was appalled when I went to Lakeside recently to see both driver and fireman wearing overalls that had obviously been round the block a time or too, were unwashed, open to the waist and the shirts underneath were either nearly unbuttoned or just filthy! and this on a day when they were really busy with transfer traffic to the lake steamers whose crew's were impeccably attired! Come on folks, let's have some effort, we don't have to look like tramps!