Item 07: Hector Brewer diary, 17 November-12 December 1918 - Page 129
as the roof passes over it to the outer wall.
The rude stout oak plates and rafters were naked of any deceiptive fancy plastering.
30th I said good bye to my very kind host, hostess and their daughter last night and left Fair Oak Park this morning about 9 oclock in the pouring rain being driven to the station by Grimes.
Geldard who intended coming in with me to catch an early train for Bournemouth very sensibly decided to stay behind. I reached Waterloo Station