Another sad loss: Ian Scott – RIP

We had been saddened to hear of the passing of another of our good friends, Ian Scott. Ian had been a member and hands on volunteer for many years, he passed away on the 17th December 2016 though we didn’t find out till much later. Several FoWT Trustees and volunteers attended his funeral on Wednesday 4th January 2017.

Ian enjoyed nothing more than getting stuck in and getting his hands dirty to help, especially during the early years after finding Paddington. We can all walk into the Mile Tunnel now quite easily, thanks the work and expertise of Both Ian Scott and Steve Moran who repaired the Brick arch that had been collapsed by the Electricity board in the 1950’s.

Ian always has a smile on his face and was quick with a joke or a funny story, he will be missed by all his friends and colleagues. We send our deepest sympathy to his Family and friends.

RIP Ian…

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Ian on the Williamson’s House site

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Good friends, Ian (middle) and Steve (right) during our vist to Croatia in 2000, while attending the 3rd International Symposium on Souterrains.

6 thoughts on “Another sad loss: Ian Scott – RIP

  1. So sorry to hear of the passing of Ian Scott my thoughts are with his family and friends. Godbless. Betty

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  2. As you say Ian was a great roll model in the early days of Paddington as well as the house site. He was a great worker and will be greatly missed. RIP Ian

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