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In London, there’s a woman who goes every day on the underground and sits on the dock just to listen to the announcement recorded by her husband in 1950.
Margaret McCollum after the death of her Oswald Laurence sits on the bench waiting to hear this recording that became one of London’s most famous Mind the gap (attention to the space between the train and the platform). In 2003, Oswald died leaving a huge void in Margaret’s heart. So, Margaret found a way to feel his presence closest.
But from the day after more than half a century of the recorded announcement being made, this voice from the past was replaced by an empty electronic recording.
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Out of distress, Margaret asked the London subway transport company for this cassette tape so she could continue to listen to her dead husband’s voice at her home.
Aware of the reason for the moving request for the historical recording, the London subway transport company decided to restore the announcement at the only stop near the house where the woman lives, specifically at the Embankment stop of the Northern Line. There, passengers using the station can continue to listen to Oswald Laurence’s voice and remind themselves that love does survive mortal death.
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