A train cafe in Witherspoon, Essex, has been found in an alleyway in a park.
The cafe, which is owned by the company that runs the railway in Stepford, has a wooden floor and the wooden floors in the other stations of the railway, Stepford’s regional rail operator.
Stepford Railway said that the cafe is being cleaned by the railway company and that it is being taken to a storage unit.
The station has been under lock-down for several days.
The steps leading to the cafe are about a mile apart, but the railway has been able to find the cafe in the alleyway between them.
Stephanie Hall, the station manager, said: ‘The railway has found it.
They will be cleaning it up and putting it back in.’
The cafe is part of a wider series of similar cafes in the area.
Stepfam and Pippa’s Bar in the nearby village of Grafton were also found in the same alleyway.
Stepfamily, founded in 1846, has operated on the railway for more than 60 years.
The Stepford Railway was founded in the early 20th century and the railway station has seen frequent closure.
A spokesman for the railway said:’The station is a busy and busy place.
There are lots of people around and the trains are very fast.’
It is not unusual for people to be stopped in the station to look at a train.’
We are all very careful of keeping our passengers and staff safe.’