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Inter City 125 Train Lap Tray - L0310


Enjoy breakfast in bed, afternoon tea in the garden, or dinner in front of the TV. This brilliant multipurpose tray can also be used for laptops, crafts, and drawing. The sturdy, durable surface can be wiped clean with a damp cloth.

The wooden frame features a low-lip to prevent objects from slipping off. This rests on a generously filled beanbag cushion, which will mould itself to the contours of your lap for complete comfort. Each lap tray measures 32.5 x 43cm centimetres and make great gifts for all ages and purposes!

Personalisation
With all of our designs you can add personalised text onto the image for an extra £3.00. Just click on the Personalise It! button below.

Custom
If you would like to fully customise your lap tray with your own images you can do, just Create A Custom Lap Tray

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MR JOHN J ODDIE
My childhood in the seventies

In the seventies when I was a small boy I was living in Westbury on Trim in Bristol.I sometimes went on these Intercity 125 trains with my Mum to places like a London where I’m originally from, Oxford where my Mum lives now, Cardiff and Swansea to do Christmas shopping for my Dad, my sister, and my grand parents who always flew in from Malta.Also when I was at school we learnt about the trains and a couple of British rail officials payed a visit and showed us a film on railway safety, very important everything from going onto the railway to chucking a brick at a high speed train when it’s at full speed and the object doing through the windscreen and hitting the driver in the face so that’s the end of him.I was shocked to see that incident but it’s common sense.I also burrowed books from the library in Westbury on Trim about trains.I liked looking at the pictures. I tend not to read the words but you know how it is at that age.My Mum tends to read it for me until I learn how to read it out at school.Later on two decades later and Intercity trains had been passing through Oxford where I was living and I often took the train from there to Bournemouth and changed for the none Intercity to Wareham and changed for the bus to Swanage to stay with my aunt because they where sorting out the Swanage railway.The Intercity ought to end up in Swanage.I know you can’t have everything but it would’ve made train travel awesome.It’s a single track between Wareham and Swanage.It’s all sussed.