Red Station, Bream Tufts, Gloucestershire
Red Station, The Tufts, Bream around 1937.
Joyce James (nee Voss) with her Grandfather "Bushy" Sam Wildin.
To the right of Sam there was a pool.
There is very little left of this building (2016)
Gemma Edwards added (November 2016): "... There is less than very little left of the house, you have to literally stick your head in the hedgerows opposite the pool to see anything. If you cross over the road by the pool part the hedge you may be able to see a few timbers or iron sheets that's about it and the late great Donald Johns told me all about the red station but even he had no idea why it was named that".
Thanks also to Brian James.
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