Item 01: Sydney B. Young war diary, 13 May-24 July 1916 - Page 103
Then there was an immense red brick building, The L &
W R Orphanage maintained by Voluntary contributions at Woking
At Byfleet we saw an aeroplane works, a golf links, and a nursery with the most glorious and abundant show of roses that ever pleased the eye.
At Raynes Park we got our first glimpse of the electric trains somewhat resembling big trams.
At Clapham Junction we could notice the buildings getting denser signifying our approach to the metropolis.
At 12.0 we reached Water