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Anne,Dick, George ,Julian, Dick, Georgina , and Timothy their dog the are planning to go camping on a moor with Mrs Puffy, a master at Dick and Julian's school. When they arrive at camp,they find that their camping site is close to a big farm, and that very old rail tracks run under the moors, some of them are not in use. They become friends Jock, who lives at the big farm with his step father and mother . They were the farm owners. They were exploring the moor while the five find a rail station and a tunnel that were abandoned. A watchman named Wooden Leg Sam tells them that spookey trains travel with those tracks before catching them away.
There are 19 chapter of this story.The childrens visits the farm the another day and tellJock
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Jock has is afraid of a boy named Cecil Dearlove who forces him to play toy soldiers with him all day. Jock respond by keeping him play toys and scaring him while playing it. In return, Jock is compelled to stay in his room all the day. His stepfather tried to punish him but his mother wouldn't let him because that would make him hate his stepfather. They are surprised to find that most of the farm labourers are not working properly although Mr Andrews and Jock's stepfather has supplied the farm with a lot of and vehicles and expensive equipment . When Mr Andrews hears about the spookey trains, he warns the children to stay away from the rail station, and tries to prevent Jock from meeting the Five for next few days.There are 19 chapter of this story.The childrens visits the farm the another day and tellJock about the ghost trains. Jock has is afraid of a boy named Cecil Dearlove who forces him to play toy soldiers with him all day. Jock respond by keeping him play toys and scaring him while playing it. In return, Jock is compelled to stay in his room all the day. His stepfather tried to punish him but his mother wouldn't let him because that would make him hate his stepfather. They are surprised to find that most of the farm labourers are not working properly although Mr Andrews and Jock's stepfather has supplied the farm with a lot of and …show more content…
they were up in the moors and they got scared by annes volcano which turned to be a train passing by a tunnel....... and that train turned to be ghost or spook train and they went back to camp and spend a day at farm.Dick and Julian quitely went with Jock for the next two nights to look out for the spook or ghost train. Leaving the girls behind they find that there is a very mysterious train coming from the back into the tunnel.Thet were shocked and the he next day, George is angry when she finds that the boys had left them behind and he even takes her anger on Anne and said that if they weren't such a coward, then they hadn't been frightened to come out , I would have been able to go there . She later says sorry to them all for her shouting and behaviour , but that night they sets a trap that does not work. They refused to join the joinIt was the holiday season...... they were up in the moors and they got scared by annes volcano which turned to be a train passing by a tunnel....... and that train turned to be ghost or spook train and they went back to camp and spend a day at farm.Dick and Julian quitely went with Jock for the next two nights to look out for the spook or ghost train. Leaving the girls behind they find that there is a very mysterious train coming from the back into the tunnel.Thet were shocked and the he next day, George is angry when she finds that the boys had left them behind and he even takes her anger

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