Train roof crawl

Yorkshire Evening Post 16 Dec 1952 A 43-year-old horticultural foreman, Mr. Leslie Ashman, of Daisy Bank, Ditton, near Maidstone (Kent), was today presented with the honorary certificate of the Carnegie Hero Trust Fund by the Mayor of Maidsotne, Ald. Mrs. D. M. Relf. Mr. Ashman, on August 11, when travelling as a passenger on the... Continue Reading →

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