Strong winds from the southeast and high tide on Friday 20th September brought the usual wave overtopping of the Dawlish sea wall. The video begins with some pedestrians walking the wall from Dawlish Warren into Dawlish who may have got more than they bargained for, or maybe just wanted a life long thrill to remember. Whichever it was they certainly got soaked! Next was yet another tamper machine bound for Liskeard to do some track leveling in Cornwall. Lastly was the return of discharged cement tanks from Moorswater Tarmac works at Liskeard. It was running a day late due to the breakdown of the locomotive 70808 the day before, 70807 being the lead loco of the train.