Due to computer problem at this end some of you may have received a rejection notice - if you have had such a notice please resend. It is with thanks to my son, who put in several hours of work, we appear to be back on line once more. KJ
Roger Salter and Mark Lyman
at South Devon Railway
Kitson 0-6-0 saddle tank Loco No5474 ' Carnarvon' is the other loco that WLS own which is been rebuilt at Buckfastleigh.
Also seen on the railway was Clayton D8568 & 37275 as 6975 which will be used on the diesel weekend in November. This is the first time a Clayton has been seen this far South.
Anyway in Naval terms the flags read WELCOME TO SOUTHAMPTON.
Possibly a little known fact.
Regards Mick Thanks Mick, glad you flagged this one up!
The obligatory mist hove into view as I dropped down the hill into Lostwithiel, so opted for Coulsons Park, by the river. The sun was strong enough to punch through the mist, so I provided entertainment for dog walkers with my trusty steps and perched on them as 6G06 loomed into view. The sun caught the loco smack on, as the wagons trailed back into the mist.
I caught 66850 passing St Austell on its return to Tavi Jn.
Kind regards, Craig Many thanks Craig