It is 1949 and the scene is Britain's famous Wembley Stadium.
The former Scotland keeper is only remembered today for an unfortunate afternoon against England at Wembley in 1961.
A cursory wander around the streets surrounding Wembley Stadium, the biggest location of the four, would quickly confirm this.
As for Mr. Roe, he moved on to Wembley Park, where he flew with steadily increasing success.
Taxis out to Wembley Park with a girl who's employed in the same office as he is.
One night at Wembley Park the ribbon that held it had come unsewn.
Then there had been her Aunt's villa at Wembley Park; delightful little red-roofed, rose-wreathed doll's-house!