Edward Hopper is a meticulous and thorough custodian of large city transit’s Lost Property Office. In many ways you could describe him as lost at the items he is tasked to look after. Alone, in the basement office, he’s kept company by a tiny toy robot and an old gramophone, both of which he has lovingly restored after finding them lost and broken at train stations. It also becomes clear he has been made redundant and by no means because of the lack of his fastidious efforts - it just seems nobody visits the Lost Property Office much any more. As the end of the day approaches and the sun begins to dip, so too does Ed’s mood and demeanour. But rather than abandon his beloved Lost Property Office and all it’s forgotten relics he has cared for, he decides to re-appropriate them. What emerges from the darkened basement is wondrous and whimsical.