Life At Broadclyst Station

A Memory of Broadclyst

What a lovely life. Playing in the station, the copse and by the river at Double Bridges. We lived in Alexandra Terrace and the first house opposite the Inn was run by Mrs Wicigrin (spelling?). We used to play in the field down the lane and wave at the trains, getting excited at the sight of diesels. How I regret that now. My mum was the infant school mistress in the drill hall in Broadclyst village.

A memory shared by Mary Hutty , on Jan 29th, 2013.

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