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Railway Station, Long Stanton

History of the Railway Station

1871: Willingham Road

James Merry, 30, railway servant, b Oxon

 

Henry James Caper, 29, railway porter, b Suffolk

 

Arthur Richards, 24, railway station master, b Cambridge

 


1881:

Richard Perry, 38, railway station master, b Cornwall

 

Railway Cottages:

Robert Nichols, 24, railway porter, b Cambridge

 

George Redder, 31, railway signalman, b Chesterton

 


1891:

Thomas Tyler, 30, railway station master, b Essex

 

James Jackson, railway goods porter

 

William Haylock, 27, signalman, b Sawston


1901:

David Pitches, 30, railway signalman, b Fordham

 

James Jackson, 44, railway goods porter, b Barton

 

Thomas Topler, 40,  Railway Station master, b Essex

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