Some time around 1964 a crowd of friends and I arrived in the station yard of Wickham on the closed Meon valley line. There were eight of us in a Triumph Renown as I recall. The line from Wickham to Droxford was then being used by an outfit called Saddler Vectrail (I think) to test a rail car that they had built - behind Droxford station was the steepest railway incline I've ever seen, apparently used to prove the rail car's adhesion and hill climbing abilities. Anyway, in the yard was a black 'Terrier' in steam with nobody about! Eventually a gentleman with a newspaper under his arm and dressed in an 'Officers Warm' overcoat, bowler hat, leather gloves and highly polished brogues turned up. He climbed aboard, put her into full forward gear, let the brake off, opened the regulator and drove off! I found later that this was Major Saddler and it was his habit to have his staff raise steam on the loco, which was used as the 'works shunter', and then drive to Wickham for the paper and anything else he needed. This loco became the 'Hayling Billy' and is now IOW No 8 I believe. I can remember looking at that loco and wishing that I could drive it. I haven't done so but as a Driver on the K&ESR I've managed to drive five of the preserved Terriers so far.