Passing through Exeter yesterday, around half-five - sixish, the Riviera Sleeper was in Platform 1 with three coaches (assuming the seating ones) bound for Penzance. (I did take some pictures on my phone, but mislaid the cable in one of my luggage bags ( D'oh!) - I'll try and get some uploaded later on.) Just wondering why the Sleeper seemed to be used for passenger stock last night, whether it was a stock move that coincided with a passenger run or anything like that. The train in question is this one, and in true Sleeper fashion seemed to be running about 40 minutes late on departure!