Victoria sees exhibition for train driver who died last year

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Victoria sees exhibition for train driver who died last year

Victoria station is playing host to a special exhibition in memory of one of the train drivers who spent his life ferrying commuters to and from it.

Richard Lee died of cancer last year aged 58 and his cousin who is an artist, decided to showcase work, which features the route Richard used to drive daily, from Clapham Junction.

The works are to raise money for the charity Macmillan Cancer support - Richard's chosen charity before he died.

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