The Penzance Flyer at Par.
encountered Alan you have now and as a bonus you get his son as well.
As usual Many Thanks Alan.
4+2s x 2.
Please Keep Safe and Well
I attended the event on Sunday 2nd May 1994 when the attached images were taken. On the day, there was a very wide range of traction on display, including a steam shuttle into Exeter St Davids double-headed by two standard class 4MT tank locos, see image Railfair 1994 3.
It was a fantastic line-up, which included Deltics, a class 73, class 50, class 37s, class 33s and a selection of coached and wagons. There was plenty for steam fans too including the 4MT locos, a 14xx 1420 and a Bulleid West Country class number 34105 Swanage. Most locomotives were fully accessible. The whole event was a credit to the organisers and probably something which could never happen these days. GWR King class 6024 King Edward I was in steam on the day running up and down a short stretch of the sidings. There a great website providing more details of the movements around the railfair at https://www.tauntontrains.co.uk/oldsite/MEMORIES-EXETERRAILFAIR.htm
Best wishes Andy Rigler