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Red Room and The Signalman
rest and a hot brew. . He shook his head despondently and launched into a depressing monologue about how his missus had deserted him to look after her elderly mother, who had broken her ankle in a fall. I always enjoyed watching the 08s creeping out onto the Cambois Staithes with the loaded wagons of coal. He told me that he had seen white smoke from the loco suddenly turning black, and then white again I replied that it was most likely when my tash caught fire I headed for the signal box to see what the next move would. This show of complete disregard was something I hadn't allowed for; unnerving, in fact - to find yourself being ignored by everyone so pointedly on your first day was odd behaviour and I felt distinctly uneasy. There was also the Drivers Safety Device, which sounded what can only be described as a 'tweet-tweet-tweet-tweet' sound, and this continued until the driver lifted his foot off the pedal and reapplied it to the pedal.
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