After a day at the museum working myself into my chair I have nothing to say. Liverpool Street pictures have been used up, what is left is not great and my mind is dead after having to get up early and work.
In a corner of the entrance at St Magnus the Martyr stands this grimy iron relic. Some claim it is a boundary marker but to me it is more likely to mark a fire hydrant or some such device. E & S Poynder were plumbers in 1914 it appears and this strange device may be understood from that - possibly.
Tonight I return to a search for a man who I searched for last year, or at least this time i look for his brothers who survived. My frazzled brain is contemplating leaving it until tomorrow but it will have to be done soon.
I leave you with this thought...