Again fair enough points made, though considering the IOWSR's policy is to acquire engines that are appropriate for the railway, that would inevitably involve them presenting the engines in a guise that would be most appropriate for the history of the line itself not the locomotive. You may not agree with it but in the end it neither my call or yours to make, so perhaps believing the engines would be appropriate for the line, or bemoaning about the engines being 'fake' is rather irrelevant either way. The E1 belongs to the IOWSR now, so they will do what they wish with it, with or without anyone's approval. And if Haydock does go to the Isle of Wight as well in the end, the same fact will apply to it too. Personally I'm just happy to see the E1, and hopefully Haydock too, will have more a secure and prosperous future.