Mark Lynam & Andrew Triggs.
Anyway, I digress, I have some information that may be of use to Mr Chris Tooth regarding the 03's on the branch. In the excellent book "Southern Branch Line Special No 1, Bodmin and Wadebridge 1834-1978" edited by Tony Fairclough and Alan Wills and published by Bradford Barton of Truro, ISBN 0 85153 343 4 on page 86 there is a picture of class 03 D2127 with a short rake of wagons and brake van waiting to cross the road at Dunmere in September 1965. The driver was Norman Wills, the fireman was Derek Connel and the guard was Harry Knight. This loco was transferred to St Blazey in August 1964 and Transferred back to Laira in May 1967. It appear that it was cut up at Cohens of Kingsbury in October 1968. Not sure if I can send you the image as I guess it would be against copyright?
I can't find any other images of 03's on the Bodmin and Wenford branch but class 03 D2129 was also based at St Blazey around the same time.
A few days ago Mr Quentin Goggs was asking for information/sources of photographs on the Wenford Bridge branch. The Railway Magazine has a article on it's website about the branch and about two thirds the way down the page there is a picture of a class 08 squeezing past his former cottage at Helland Bridge. The thing that is different about this photograph is that it's from the other side of the usual view. You can see the article at https://www.railwaymagazine.co.uk/1760/september-1984-bodmin-and-wadebridge-150/. There is also a superb double DVD by Branch Line Video called "Memories of the Bodmin and Wadebridge Railway Featuring the Wenford Bridge Mineral Line" BLV09-09-00021. This is a cracking set and features memories of the men who worked the lines and amongst the excellent footage is a piece with a Beattie Well Tank threading it's train past the cottage at Helland Bridge.
I hope that this information is of some use.
Kind regards, Shaun Brown