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Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Centenary commemoration - Waterloo

If you're happened to be in Waterloo station in London, and if you have spare minutes, how about having a quick look of his main entrance(exit5)?
There, you can see the grand "Victory Arch", which is a memorial to company staff who were killed during the two world wars. The number "1914" and "1948" are under the statues.
If you step into the station from the arch, on the both side walls, you'll see names of them.

For the centenary of WW1, Waterloo in Tommy uniform having a poppy in a silent prayer.

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