When you came to the station i can always remember the waiting room with a lovely coal fire. The station master didn't mind you sitting in there, as long as you behaved, which we did in those days we did.
Just through the gates was a lovely wee row of cottages, behind which, i think sat the station square. I had an old aunt who lived in there, I always thought of that place as a throw back to real old days.
Moving on up, on the right hand side you had the coal yard, don't know who owned it. Then on the same side you had Winning's wee shop which sold papers and lots of toys. When we were about 5 years married we stayed down in Clark cr. and i can remember every day coming home from work and popping to Winnings to get my son a dinky model car.
If we had kept them we could have retired early.
Carry on LP.