The Great Western Railway
Prior to that it was a south Wales stalwart from when it was built in 1963. After its sojourn in the south west of England it was back to Scotland from 1987 to 1998 with spells at Inverness, Eastfield and Motherwell before a few years in the Midlands at the end of that decade.
Surprisingly it was main line registered and sold to Colas in 2014 . It was certainly out and about on Network Rail test trains since then but I'm not sure if it has worked in the last twelve months.
On the 26-05-87 37175 worked the 11.45 Paddington - Penzance from Par to Penzance putting it in the elite club of locos that have worked on passenger at Thurso and Penzance at either end of the U.K.
A copy of the Penryn Station post card sent in by Maurice Dart was printed in the Packet Newspaper dated September 19th 1991. It had been sent to them by a lady from Penryn, Doris Webber, who said " The elderly gentleman standing behind a porter near the building is my late husband's grandfather, Weymouth Davey. He was a retired tailor's shipping agent for the Penryn Area"
Amazing that we are still able to identify a person on a station some 100 or so years later!
All The Best to you and Valerie, Alan and Sue