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London and North — Western Railway

Shortest Route between Liverpool and London.—The NEW DRAWING ROOM CARRIAGES especially appointed for the convenience of first-class passengers traveling between LIVERPOOL and LONDON are now run on the EXPRESS TRAINS leaving EUSTON for LIVERPOOL at 2.45 p.m., and Liverpool (Lime-street) for London at 11.0 a.m.

These saloons are furnished with separate apartments for family parties, a boudoir for ladies, with toilet accommodation, a large carriage for gentlemen with separate compartment for smokers, and lavatory attached, with corridor communication throughout the whole vehicles.

An attendant accompanies the saloons, and can be summoned by electric gong from each compartment.

Ordinary first-class fares are charged.

Ordinary saloon carriages, provided with lavatory accommodation, are also attached to the 12.0 noon and 5.0 p.m. trains from London, and 12.0 noon and 4.0 pm trains from Liverpool.

G. Findlay, General Manager.
Euston station, August, 1882.

Source: The Illustrated London News, No.2258—Vol. LXXXI, Saturday, August 12, 1882, p.158

See also: Pleasure Train from London