|Living at South Town Station|
Recollections of Ann O'Brien
My Grandfather, W.H.Bailey, was the Station Master at
South Town and Vauxhall stations, retiring in 1927 just six months before
I was born. The living quarters was a large flat over the station buildings
at South Town. My mother, who is now 94 but with a wonderful memory,
can remember staying there either just before or just after she married.
She can remember it was a spacious flat with a large wash-house at ground
level and there was quite a big garden to one side. There must have
been a lovely view as the windows looked out on to the bridge.