Neville Cooper, who has worked in the St Neots railway station ticket office for 43 years, celebrated his last day in style, after colleagues bought him leaving gifts and made a display for him outside the office.The 59-year-old believes he has probably dealt with more than a million people over the years that he has worked at the station and said he had loved his time in the town. He said: I started off by working at Sandy, where I worked four hours there and then four hours in St Neots. I then left in 1980 to go to Bedford, where I hated working. Since 1981, I have worked at St Neots station and I just love it here. I am quite sad that I am going. I love everyone that I work with and I will miss everyone. Neville started working for the railways in July 1975 and said he had met and grown to know countless people in that time. He said: The best part of my job is talking to people; I have got to know so many people through doing this job, its great. I cant go anywhere without seeing someone I know. I will really miss just chatting to people everyday. I take a lot of pride in this station and I am very sad to go but I have decided that its the best time for me to leave. I havent really got any plans for my retirement, but I am just going to try and enjoy it as much as I can. Neville worked his last shift on Tuesday.