We have rushed through Liverpool Street Station so many times – usually running late so we have missed this status at the front of the station.
But this morning, we were there a whole three-quarters of an hour before our train departed for Ipswich. Mummy was walking me around the station so I could have a wee and a poo as she thought it was better for us to be early than stuck in traffic as it was rush hour.
As we walked into the station, Mummy stopped to have a look at this statue which we had rushed past many times before. We read the plaque next to it. And we also found out that the area in front of Liverpool Street station is called Hope Square. We’re on our way to Bury St. Edmunds to spend some time with Bow and her mummy, Sandra. Another a somewhat long train ride … Are we there yet?May’s comment: It’s amazing how often we rush by things and never see what’s right there. So this is another little discovery in busy London. Children of the Kindertransport – a lovely memorial and thank you to the people of Britain who took in the thousands of children who escaped Nazi Germany.