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A few days after departing, Tolstoy fell ill with pneumonia, and his journey ended in the stationmaster's house at the remote railway station of Astapovo, where Tolstoy lay dying.
And there, sitting beside the stationmaster's desk, was a little girl with silky yellow hair falling over her collar.
But as the train pulled away from the station with a whistle and a great rush of steam and creaking of metal, he rounded up the stationmaster's boys and got Elizabeth's baggage fastened up behind and atop the coach.
Standing in the corridor beyond was a blackenameled robot wearing a stationmaster's cap.
There was great pity in the stationmaster's face for her, and a sorrow of his own for the loss of a dear and valued colleague.
She almost laughed at the relief on the stationmaster's face as they arrived, without so much as a landing stumble, in front of the Claimtown's one municipal building.
The stationmaster's quick dark eyes never left Simon's face.
The astonishing little stationmaster's analysis left little to be added, as far as the Saint's present knowledge went.
We spent two or three very cheery days at Nigel S.ding, the stationmaster's house (two rooms) forming an ideal officers 'mess, but on the 28th' E 'and' F 'companies, under Captains S.ewan and G.S. Higginson, were recalled to headquarters,' H 'company, under Captain
The Second Battalion Royal Dublin Fusiliers in the South African War With a Description of the Operations in the Aden Hinterland
The stationmaster's house, just over the river bridge is in Merioneth, and from the signalbox the signalman works an up distant signal which is planted in the soil of Cardiganshire!
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