WW1 Memorials were usually raised through public subscription to remember those that gave the ultimate sacrifice. This year 2014 is also the centenary of the start of the First World War it's about time there was a series dedicated to War Memorials. There is an un-numbered series in Scotland called Lest we forget. The name of this series We Shall remember them, was chosen from the very moving poem “For the Fallen” by Laurence Binyon. It is well worth searching out and reading.”
This war memorial remebers the bombing of Middlesbrough Train Station by a lone Dornier bomber on the 3rd August 1942. The plaque, a recent addition to the train station, lists those killed by the enemy action. GPS coverage at the plaque location may be hindered, but the plaque can easily be found, it's near to the big red post box.
The second part of this multi can be found at N54 34.ABC W001 14.DEF
A = How many people died in this incident ?
B = How many of these were under 21 years old ?
C = Derek Corfield was 1C years old ?
D = How many women died in the bombing ?
E = How many victims were over 40 years old ?
F = ( Thornelowe - Niman) divided by (difference in ages of Bowe and Binks)
To help, the numbers should add up to 26.
If anybody would like to expand to this series please do, I would just ask that you could let Just-us-Two know first at email@example.com so they can keep track of the memorial numbers and names to avoid any duplication.