Sadly, Andrew 'John' Williams has died after being diagnosed with cancer just a week earlier, John, a passed cleaner at the Worcester shed in the early 1960s was a formidable figure amongst the cleaning gang, never short on words but he softened as the years passed and always came along to our 85A reunions keen to meet up with his old mates. John aged 72 died on Wednesday September 28th, John's funeral is to be held on Thursday October 13th at 10.45 at Worcester crematorium and afterwards at the Barbourne ex Servicemen's club.
Be aware that between Tuesday 25th October and Sunday 6th Novembert there will no services on the line from Barnt Green to Droitwich Spa. Those trains that run will route via Kidderminster and Worcester. London Midland gives the full details in a special leaflet.
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