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John Farrow

THE founder of Hertfordshire Rail Tours (HRT) and more recently its successor, UK Railtours, died in hospital on April 19.

John Farrow had been in hospital for cancer treatment, but with a weakened immune system, he contracted Covid-19 and was unable to fight the virus.

John’s daughter Liz said no family could be with him because of the virus regulations. Only a

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