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Featured Memory: Brothers And Sisters

My brother Christopher and I first went down to school at Visitation Convent, Bridport in September 1957. We lived in Ascot as our father had been an officer in the Royal Horse Guards and had been based at Windsor. We took a train to Reading and then a GWR express running from Paddington to Newton Abbot. Travelling to boarding school on a steam train was a complete Harry Potter experience. I can still recall the ...Read full memory

A memory of Bridport, Dorset shared by Timothy Clarke

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