I am pleased to report that following my previous posts on this site concerning the R o H the Railway Heritage Trust have had the best known condition original professionally scanned and cleaned up and have also faithfully copied the oak frame in its correct style and moulding. This is part of a general assessment of all railway war memorials. The finished product is now firmly fixed to the wall between the two booking windows at Stratford on Avon (ex GWR) station thanks to permission from London Midland Trains. This is the first time since the closure of the passenger service in 1952 that this memorial has been on public display. Although somewhat ironic that the only resting place available is on the premises of their largest and arguably most troublesome rival I am sure that the ordinary working GWR men at Stratford would have had no hesitation in welcoming this memorial to the fellow railwaymen that they all knew in what was a small community 100 years ago. If anyone wants an electronic copy of this scan for their own private collection please reply with an e-mail address via this site.