Celebrating 150 years of St Pancras station – my photo on display

In 2010 I interviewed railwayman Roland Hoggard.  When workmen dropped the huge clock inside St Pancras, Roland H collected the pieces, put them into cardboard boxes and over time tool them back to his Nottinghamshire home, where he reconstructed the clock face on his barn wall. The clock you see today inside the station is a copy of the original. One of the photographs I took of Roland H at that time is now on a display board at St Pancras, celebrating 150 years of the station and the people connected to it.  So pleased, as he was a charming man.

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