Dir: Oswald Mitchell
Starring: Wally Patch and Jean Colin
The adventures of enthusiastic members of the Home Guard
This wartime comedy centres around a stationmaster (played by Johnnie Schofield) and his station, but the film was shot almost entirely within the confines of Welwyn Studios due to wartime restrictions and as a result the station is nothing more than a set. However, there is a comedy scene involving a pantomime cow that was filmed in the railway sidings at the back of the studios which formally served the Shredded Wheat factory on Broadwater Road. In several shots some railway wagons can be seen, but the sidings themselves are heavily overgrown.