Caution - Check timings.
I've checked the return times I posted a couple of days ago and there doesn't seem to be any changes yet, but be warned anyone wanting to get it this evening to check the link every so often just to see if there have been any route alterations, or if its running early which is usually marked in green on the timings.
Just to clarify, as per Roger's pictures at Penzance today, the loco is now on the Paddington end of the formation.
Regard, Karl (Friends of Penmere). Many thanks Karl,
Karl's e-mail recd at 16.39 on web at 20.20
Class 37 37025 Inverness TMD and 43027 90 Glorious Years visits Penzance
Andrew Triggs Roger Winnen
The station suffered from a lack of use would have led to closure but the main factor was that it had wooden platforms which posed a fire risk to nearby houses in the event of an enemy attack during World War 2. It closed from Sunday 4th may 1942. (This was over a year after the Plymouth blitz).
To find this site go to http://maps.nls.uk/geo/explore and type in Camels Head hen select One inch 1895 - 1903 Hills
East of Crewkerne