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Mills' injuries were severe enough to end his career.
After the robbery, the gang hid at Leatherslade Farm.
This group, which included Tommy Wisbey, Bob Welch and Jim Hussey, who were already accomplished train robbers, also included Roger Cordrey – a man who was a specialist in this field and knew how to rig the track-side signals to stop the train.
So it was agreed to enlist the help of another London gang called The South Coast Raiders.
In 1960, the Post Office Investigation Branch (IB) recommended the fitting of alarms to all Travelling Post Offices with HVP carriages.
This recommendation was implemented in 1961, but HVP carriages without alarms were retained in reserve.
At on Wednesday 7 August 1963, the travelling post office (TPO) "Up Special" train set off from Glasgow Central station en route to Euston Station in London.
It was scheduled to arrive at Euston at the following morning.