In 2000, the Friends of the National Railway Museum carried out an oral history project to document the lives of railway workers, as part of which they interviewed Raymond Bullock.
For these interviews, Ray, described by Ian Dack as a 'natural born raconteur', described his life in detail over a series of afternoons, including his time working on the M&GN out of South Lynn Station. He was kind enough to lend the recordings to the Marriott's Way Heritage Trail.
After discharge from the army in 1948, Ray was left unsure of which career to pursue. That is, until he recalled his childhood ambition: Boyhood Dream
Ray describes his interview for a job on the line at South Lynn: Interview