A magic Anzac moment Goulburn man John "Whiskey" Walker had an eventful day on Anzac Day in Sydney.
Mr Walker said he was featured on the Channel Nine and Channel Seven broadcasts of the Dawn Service as he was standing ray ban polarized sunglasses at ray bay the Cenotaph in Martin Place. Walker, who is buried in there. "So I stood up and gave a salute as we passed the cemetery, much ray ban c to the amusement of others on the bus." Mr Walker said he attended the white ray bans Dawn Service and was among the first to be at the Cenotaph shortly after 4am. He attracted attention because he was wearing a World War I uniform. He was there to pay respects to three members of his family who had served in that war. "It was the 100th anniversary of the loss of three men from my family," Mr Walker said.
"I had promised my grandfather I would honour them and all others who had taken part during the wars. "When I was the focus of media attention, I told them the story of those three men." This story has been relayed in the Goulburn Post before, but Mr Walker's grandfather Allen Walker volunteered to go to WWI to find the grave of his closest friend, Cameron James Brooks, and his brother, Colin Walker.
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