by RICHARD MADDOX
RAILWAY STATIONS ARE ALWAYS BUSY with people rushing to get trains or rushing away from the station.
Near Platform 8 at Victoria Station, London is a plaque honouring the Unknown Soldier and each year at 8pm on 10 November, the Western Front Association holds a memorial ceremony.
Placed there by the WFA, the simple plaque framed in English oak was unveiled in November 1998 by Frank Sumpter, who served as a Private in 1/5th (City of London) London Regiment during World War 1 and was a pall bearer for the Unknown Warrior.
He died in July 1999 and spent the last few years of his life as a Chelsea Pensioner.