Opening Page
Puzzle
Book Intro
Pages 8-9
Pages 10-11
Pages 12-13
Pages 14-15
Pages 16-17
Pages 18-19
Pages 20-21
Pages 22-23
Pages 24-25
Pages 26-27
Pages 28-29
Pages 30-31
Pages 32-33
Pages 34-35
Pages 36-37
Pages 38-39
Conclusion
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Pages 36 - 37

General:
"Soggy ground for saint" translates to St Phillips Marsh, a main railway depot in Bristol. "Seek the page and aim" is an anagram for "keep steaming ahead" - hopefully an encouraging message for those who cannot resist changing the letters around in any phrase. The Speedwell plant points you to a suburb of Bristol (where Steve went to school) and the ice skate to the Ice Rink in the centre of the city (where Steve was the DJ for many years). The balloons refer to Bristol's connection with hot air balloons. The weather house is the the Bristol Weather Centre. At St Mary Redcliffe Church there is a gravestone for a church cat.
Key:
Again, two roman numerals appear - XIX and XVIII (19 and 18). There is no clock in this picture and the only time referred to is a month - the month of May. Look for the word "may" in the text. Just before "may" is the word "line" and the second after "may" is "disused". These words should be put into positions 19 and 18 in the "key" message.
Article:
A famous insect connected with Chichester is the Gypsy Moth of Sir Francis Chichester. This is now on show at GREENWICH

 

Key Message
1 I
2 FIND
3 ONLY
4 GHOST
5 TRAINS
6 AT
7 THIS
8 OLD
9 STATION
10 EVEN
11 TRAIN
12 SPOTTERS
13 NOSTALGIC
14 MEMORIES
15 NEED
16 IMAGINATION
17 AT
18 DISUSED
19 LINE

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