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Edward Fleet memorial (in bloom)

As part of a photo shoot for new publicity material for the station project I was invited over to Shillingstone recently to be snapped in the station garden. The memorial plaque to the fictitious Edward L Fleet is now surrounded by rose bushes (as per the novel) now in full summer bloom. It is always a pleasure to visit the station – it is always staffed by very likeable “real” volunteers – and now there is to be found a permanent marker of that fleeting, chilling moment of doubt in Andris Fleet’s mind (part 2, chapter 2).


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