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By Richard Francis. Colin's hypochondria colours how he reacts to a fellow passenger.
By Richard Francis. Colin's hypochondria colours how he reacts to a fellow passenger whilst waiting at Paddington station. Read by Rupert Wickham.
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The journey through Brunel's Box Tunnel can be unsettling one.
Short stories inspired by structures created by Isambard Kingdom Brunel, made to celebrate his bicentenary in 2006.
God's Wonderful Railway, by Hattie Naylor.
If you have the sort of face that encourages people to talk to you - even ghosts - then the train journey through Brunel's Box tunnel can be an unsettling place. Read by Sheila Hannon.
Zoe left college in a hurry and is going back home. The train stops on the Tamar Bridge.
By Steve May. Zoe left college in a hurry and is going back home. The train stops on the Tamar Bridge and makes her feel unsteady. Read by Lisa Coleman.