Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Tuesday 27th October 1936

Definite end of the warm spell.

The train moments are precious when travelling down, in the mornings. Having arrived at Staines I sit in the waiting room rolling cigarettes for ten minutes. There is a fire there and it’s my last few minutes of pleasure before the day’s work.

Rolling cigarettes – a temporary economy measure.

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