Following my previous post on the 10 February, and working at South Kensington Sorting Office and being with Charles Tye, and others like John Robinson, Charlie Brooker, and of course Austin Gobby, to name a few, and PSM's like a Mr Pepper ( a real yorkshire man) and Derek (Jim) Beswick, I can recall where the room where we were actually based in, was at the other side of the building, and to take a short cut through to the bike shed, we tried to slip through the sorting office (which was not allowed) only to be caught out by the same PHG everytime, whose name I cant remember, and he made us walk the long way round, he didn't miss a trick, I think he enjoyed catching us lads out? One of the lads a Henry Hall, went to Crown Point in South London, which was where he delivered telegrams from, and his duties sometimes brought him over to South Ken, and he arrived on a Post Office BSA Bantam, I'd never seen one before, but I was infatuated with the machine, and still am today, even though I'd never ridden one. I remember being told he had to get his parents permission before he was allowed to ride a Bantam. Those were the days!!