The staff discover that the station is a hundred years old and decide to have a street party to celebrate. They dress up in Victorian costume as the mayor cuts a ribbon, a brass band plays and the press cover it for the local paper. Unfortunately, they are let down by the butcher, who refuses to contribute free food, so that the party fare consists chiefly of pea soup, tinned baked beans and rhubarb crumble - with predictably windy results.
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Did You Know?
I went to a fancy dress last year as Little Red Riding Hood.
That's not quite what I'm after.
That's what the wolf said.
References The Titfield Thunderbolt