Journey through time By Staff Reporter - November 1, 2019 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Two classic cars race along the main road abutting Woodstock Beach in this undated photograph. Here’s a walk down memory lane at the Tatler celebrates its 40th anniversary. 1 of 7 Two classic cars race along the main road abutting Woodstock Beach in this undated photograph. Debris from a train crash in Woodstock in 1957 is cleared from the railway track. Woodstock railway station is under construction in this undated photograph. Observatory station and its then station master, D Airth, photographed in 1975. According to the caption, a Cape Argus letter writer had complimented Mr Airth on the beautiful garden he had created along the station grounds. According to the original caption, Mr Airth was quoted as crediting the railways horticulturist. I only look after it, said Mr Airth, who was described as a keen gardener who found soccer nights at Hartleyvale the bane of his life because clearing the garden of bottles and tins can be quite a business. Commuters at Mowbray train station in a 1964 photograph titled Battle at Mowbray station.