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KESR Pullman chef serves up signwriting treat

MEG Gooch is a dab hand in the kitchen, having cooked for royalty, but she has another skill that is serving up a treat for visitors to the Kent & East Sussex Railway – that of signwriting rolling stock, an art which requires a steady hand and a lot of patience.

Tenterden-born Meg, who lives just yards from the line’s base in

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