Aftermath of Middlesbrough train station bomb
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World War 2 bomb survivor recalls Middlesbrough train station explosion

A man who survived the World War Two bombing of a North East railway station has recalled his shock and horror.

James Henwood was aged 10 when Middlesbrough station was hit as he and his brother waved off their aunt on a train to Newcastle.

Now in his 80s, he believes he could be the last survivor of the events of 3 August, 1942.

Lara Rostron reports.

  • 19 Aug 2014
  • From the section Tees
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