158749/747 with the 2U33 0633 EXeter (St David's) - Cardiff (Central)
47507/805 top and tail the 1Z52 0637 Exeter (St David's) - Carmarthen - Pembroke Coast Express.
Dave Tozer N.B. Your post received at 07.53 this morning!!
David lives at least 20 mins drive away.
He also asked about a station out by the cattle sidings. Again he seems to have answered this in his second part. If you use the link you will find a most interesting picture, a copy of which you can purchase if you wish, try 'hovering' over the picture for more detail - very interesting.
As regards the other matter, I have come across which shows the loading bays at the rear of the market./royal-cornwall-museum/places/truro/cattle-market-truro-cornwall-1910-12329415.html?prodid=81514 At the rear of the courts and Victoria Gardens is an area of waste/non-used land. Under the brambles there are some metal gates and some rusty iron posts reminiscent of the type of post used on railways in the past. The piece of land is totally overgrown but looks wide enough to take a single line. Where it connected to the mainline, I do not know. The building partially hidden by the curved roof is still there, at the end of Castle Rise, Truro. I believe the connection to the cattle market was solely for livestock, so no platform and no ticket office. The partially hidden building served as a pub on cattle market days, so I am told. I knew somebody who used it but I never saw it myself. I hope this helps you. David