It always amazes me what happens when you forget to bring a camera. I had just spent a week with my nan in Cornwall and was catching the train back up to Wolverhampton from the small station at Bodmin parkway. I was on time but the virgin pendolino i was meant to be catching wasn't so i was stuck there wondering why there was so many people on the platform because it really isn't a major station like Falmouth or Truro is. Things started to click when i noticed for the first time all the cameras but as normal i still hadn't a clue as to why they were there since as far as i knew this was just a normal station. Then suddenly out of nowhere a class 50 pops up from the trees and stops from at the station but only a few people are even looking at it as i hear the roar of another two class 50's pull into the station on the down line. So there i was with three class 50's in the same station as me and me with out a single camera staring at the blue pullman coaches shocked and stunned and the n just as quickly they were all gone leaving me to notice for the first time the MK1 coaches parked in the sidings. I can only remember that one of them was called Hood but the other two names escape me. The virgin pendolino was late and full but i found a seat and enjoyed the trip up half expecting to see a class 50 at any moment pop up. I now know that Bodmin Parkway station is also a stop for the BODMIN & WENFORD RAILWAY but at the time i didn't even know the bodmin line ran to Bodmin parkway station.