Sir Nicholas Winton meets survivors at Liverpool St

By Jessica Elgot, September 7, 2009
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Sir Nicholas Winton, the 100-year-old philanthropist who saved more than 600 Jewish children from Nazi Germany, welcomed passengers at Liverpool Street station in London, who had recreated their journey as refugees.

The journey, which was from Prague by steam train, marked the 70th anniversary of Sir Nicholas' mission to bring 669 mostly Jewish children to the UK during the war.

Twenty-two of the original evacuees saved by Sir Nicholas, known as the "British Oscar Schindler", took part in the anniversary journey.

Last updated: 3:10pm, September 7 2009