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This article has multiple issues. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page. It does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve it by citing reliable sources. Tagged since February 2007. Very few or no other articles link to it. Please help introduce links to this page from other articles related to it. Tagged since February 2009. It may need to be wikified to meet Wikipedia's quality standards. Tagged since October 2010. Arthur Devere Thomas GC (August 5, 1895—November 1, 1973) was awarded the George Cross in 1931 for the following action: On 14 January 1931 a workman who was engaged in dismantling a wooden staging fixed across the track of the Metropolitan Railway Station at Kings Cross, slipped and fell from a height of about 20 feet to the permanent way of the down Inner Circle line. He was unconscious and lay face downwards across one running rail with his head close to the negative rail of the electrified system. Mr. Thomas, who was acting as flagman for the protection of the workmen, saw the man fall and at the same time heard a down train approaching the station round the curve. Realising that a signal could not be seen by the driver in time for him to stop the train, Mr, Thomas immediately jumped down from the platform to the up line and, crossing two positive and two negative rails carrying 600 volts, snatched the unconscious man from almost under the wheels of the approaching train and held him in a small recess in the wall whilst the train passed within a few inches of them. External links Biography portal Arthur Devere Thomas at Find a Grave Persondata Name Thomas, Arthur Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1895 Place of birth Date of death 1973 Place of death This British biographical article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e