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11 Oct 2005
 GLORIOUS DEVON "Intercuty Merrymaker" - Saturday 21 October 2006

A day out in the West Country in the yellow and bronze shades of

Alight at Exeter St David's for a break of over five hours.
Or stay on board to Paignton for a seaside stay of over four hours
(you will be entitled to a discounted fare on the Paignton &
Dartmouth Steam Railway to picturesque Kingswear).

Connecting Coach to Seaton: A Coach will operate from Exeter to the
Seaton Tramway in East Devon. Today is their Autumn Gala with a very
intensive tram service operating along the picturesque Axe Valley,
photographic specials, depot visits etc. Supplement £10 (Junior
£5) including unlimited tram rides, bookable in advance only.

0715 Paddington
0737-0739 Slough
0803-0805 Reading
0824-0825 Newbury
0907-0909 Westbury
0929 Castle Cary
1000 Taunton
1013 Tiverton Parkway
1027-1050 Exeter St Davids
1107 Dawlish Warren
1120 Newton Abbot
1132-1135 Torquay
1139 Paignton

1803 Paignton
1808-1811 Torquay
1822 Newton Abbot
1834 Dawlish Warren
1847-1850 Exeter St Davids
1907 Tiverton Parkway
1918 Taunton
1938 Castle Cary
1959-2008 Westbury
2048-2050 Newbury
2114-2115 Reading
2133-2135 Slough
2200 Paddington

Ta Lizard

 The Limited (Past Time Rail)
Saturday 21st October

Is there a better way of viewing the diversity of England's
countryside than from the carriage window as we are steam hauled to
Penzance by ex GWR King 4-6-0 No. 6024 `King Edward 1'. The feel of
the early 1960's will be enhanced as we use the magnificently
restored diesel hydraulic No. D1015 `Western Champion' in maroon
livery on the non-steam sections of the days journey.

Leaving London Paddington early in the morning we speed our way
westwards behind 'Western Champion'. Calls will be made to pick
other passengers up en-route. On arrival at Taunton we welcome the
King to the front of the train.

On arrival at Penzance following a short break we bid farewell
to `King Edward 1' and return to London, setting down as outward,
with `Western Champion' at the head of our train.

1Z24 (D1015)
0613 Paddington
0632-0634 Slough
0702-0704 Reading
0724-0726 Newbury
0813-0815 Westbury
0837 Castle Cary
0900-0938 Taunton (D1015 off, 6024 on)
0953 Tiverton Parkway
1010-1048 Exeter St Davids
1101 Dawlish Warren
1114 Newton Abbot
1127 Totnes
1142 Ivybridge
1156-1231 Plymouth
1240 Saltash
1255 Liskeard
1314 Par
1320-1350 St Austell
1408 Truro
1422 Camborne
1430 St Erth
1441 Penzance

5Z25 (6024)
0815 Bishops Lydeard
0827 Norton Fitzwarren
0831-0924 Taunton Yard
0928 Taunton

0Z26 (D1015)
0921 Taunton
0936 Tiverton Parkway
0955 Exeter St Davids
1004 Dawlish Warren
1013 Newton Abbot
1025 Totnes
1053-1055 Plymouth
1103 Saltash
1118 Liskeard
1138-1415 Par (allowing 6024 to overtake)
1425 St Austell
1441 Truro
1455 Camborne
1507 St Erth
1517 Penzance

1Z26 (D1015)
1705 Penzance
1712 St Erth
1722 Camborne
1736 Truro
1755 St Austell
1802 Par
1822 Liskeard
1844 Saltash
1853-1855 Plymouth
1906 Hemerdon
1923 Totnes
1934 Newton Abbot
1944 Dawlish Warren
1954-1956 Exeter St Davids
2025-2027 Taunton
2050 Castle Cary
2109-2111 Westbury
2150-2152 Newbury
2210-2213 Reading
2233-2236 Slough
2307 Paddington

Should be a good saturday with the Western light engine :p
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The Snap

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10 Jun 2005
Western is too early and too late for me, but I'll see the duff.
Any idea what time the duff will be arrving at Paddington from (I assume) OOC, in order for it to depart at 07.13? :)
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