After being delayed for four days the second half of the clay train was able to travel to Exeter Riverside Yard to link up to the first portion which made it just before the line closure last Thursday. The video shows DB Cargo 66106 passing along the Dawlish sea wall this morning. The second item on the video was taken the previous weekend and features the National Rail test train in push and pull mode with the locomotive on the rear as it passed through Teignmouth station. It had come down from Bristol High Level Siding and headed to Goodrington before returning to the Exeter Riverside Yard for stabling.The locomotive was previously with DRS  but now owned by Harry Needle Rail number 37607. It is currently hired to Colas and looking very smart in its plain blue livery with yellow ends. Finally from the Saturday before (17th Feb) we see Colas 70816 with a rail train from Hinksey Yard near Oxford  to Teignmouth via Newton Abbot. Lengths of continuous welded rail were offloaded at various points between Bishopsteignton and Teignmouth sea wall and finally between the Dawlish tunnels. Work is due for the rail replacement work to take place during April.