Youth councillors have created a special quiz as part of the 150 year railway anniversary.

As part of the All Change exhibition, which has been celebrating Elstree & Borehamwood station, members of the town’s youth council have drawn up a quiz and competition for children under the age of 12.

The quiz sheet which can be found at 96 Shenley Road will run until October 6. The competition questions can be found on panels up and down Shenley Road.

Prizes include special edition St Pancras memorabilia.

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Cliff Watts and Bill Davies

All Change welcomed 95-year-old steam driver Cliff Watts over the summer alongside fellow ex-driver Bill Davies. They took turns to pull the chord for the train whistle as the pair reminisced over their previous adventures.

The exhibition in Shenley Road will close on October 6.

Further events will also be taking place over the coming weeks as part of the 150 year celebrations. In May, a guided rail trail took place and it proved so popular that it is being repeated on Sunday October 7.

Led by John Cartledge, the founder of Teddy’s Trails, the walk will last three hours and include an authorised visit to the railway station. It will begin at Allum Manor at 1.30pm. Visit to book your free place.