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Waterloo Station's longest serving worker ever is celebrating 58 years in the job.
Jeffery Fry advises commuters at the station and has been nominated for an award by National Rail, with his colleagues affectionately nicknaming him 'granddad' for his decades of service.
Jeffery's highlight was waving to the Queen as she passed through Waterloo.
Jeffery Fry has worked at South Western Railways longer than anyone else earning him the enviable employee number 00001. He started off as a porter doing manual jobs
Now those hands are better used for pointing and greeting, the timetable of trains etched in his memory. And there have definitely been some perks to the job.
One thing that's changed dramatically is train prices - from Waterloo to Portsmouth was seven shillings. Now, it's nearly £40.