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Charles Ambridge – the first Radley Stationmaster

Charles Ambridge, formerly a railway policeman, became Stationmaster at Radley when the station opened in September 1873, a post which he held until his retirement in 1897. For more information about Charles Ambridge, see the article by Jean Deller, his great grand-daughter, in the 1994 Rail Gala souvenir programme.

Charles Ambridge, Stationmaster


Charles Ambridge and his wife, Hannah, shortly before he retired.
Charles Ambridge (far right) with a group of railwaymen, on Radley station in the 1890s.


Charles Ambridge’s pocket watch
… and his ‘ACME Thunderer’ whistle.
All pictures on this page courtesy of Jean Deller.

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