A sketch of Cinderella Walk between the Engine Sheds and the Railway Lines. The six foot stone wall encloses the Engine Sheds from the public. The fencing is there to keep the public off of the lines. The sketch is from the foot bridge at the top of the back lane to Bradder St. looking toward Sheepbridge Lane. Over the lines to the right is the Hayfield and the Cocoa Pond. Over the stone wall is firstly the yard to the entrance to the sheds, then further along the wall is where the railway stored many tons of coal. Along the other side of the wall the roof you can see are the offices to the Railway Engine Sheds, which is where my father’s office was situated, many is the time my sister and I have taken him his Sunday Dinner. The old carriage you can see the top of, is where the Italian P.O.W.’S had their work base. I have since thought how better off than us they were. In the distance of Cinderella Walk was where railway sleepers stood on end for a stronger fence, for it was where the pedestrian railway crossing was, and the lines separated and the trains either went into the sheds or over the viaduct that still stands today.