On summer Saturdays there were the same seven stopping trains but three of them conveyed through coaches from Waterloo. On Sundays there were three trains each way in summer only, although prior to 1958 there had only been one.
His weirdest, and ultimately unsuccessful, design was the Leader steam engine (yes steam!) ...
... but he was also a pioneer of diesel shunters.
Who's a clever designer, then?
A post about the run on the 6A from Okehampton to Launceston and back to Exeter follows later next week.