Today appears to have marked the unveiling of a visually modified website for their 2019 programme, and with it the announcement of a number of interesting-looking tours/ day trips. I appreciate that for a variety of reasons Pathfinder didn't exactly exit 2018 as the UK's favourite tour operator/ promoter in some people's eyes, but with the passage of time, some of their latest offerings may well be worth a look. Just a pity that the website, although more attractively presented, still currently has the look and feel of a beta software release at the moment - and retains some of the inconsistencies of content that we witnessed before. Big case in point - the description of No.9's outing on the Cumbrian Mountaineer (16th March) where in the lead paragraph of the tour description it states "After a diesel-hauled run over Shap Summit to a break at Carlisle, the steam locomotive takes over (expected to be A4 Pacific No. 60009 “Union of South Africa”)" but at the foot of the following pricing and timing information then states "Motive power is expected to be a diesel locomotive from Cardiff to Crewe where A4 Pacific No. 60009 “Union of South Africa” takes over". Very frustrating. "Caveat Emptor", I think. Anyway, the programme as described now features three Tornado outings from Bristol - to Par (23 June - recreating last year's spectacular effort with Clan line), then to Kingswear on 6th July (originating from Tame Bridge Parkway) and the following weekend to Tenby on 14th July. And for Deltic enthusiasts, two lengthy day trips from Willington/ Derby to York-Harrogate-Leeds-KGX-Cleethorpes-Sheffield-Willington on 11th May, then Tame Bridge Parkway-Penzance on 29th June. At first sight, there appears to have been a further up-shift in pricing for 2019 - certainly for the steam trips. But initial impressions are that there does appear to be some interesting stuff here that might at least repay further consideration.