MARSBILLBS TO LONDON.
Room I.--Marseilles, Avignon, Lyons, Macon,
Dijon, Paris, Calais, London, 15 hours
Via Boulogna and Folkestone
Via Dieppe and Newhaven
Pours Il.--hlarseiiles, Avignon, Lyons, Geneva,
Lausanne, Berne, Neuchatel, Dijon, Paris, Calais,
Yin Boulogne and Folkestone
Via Dieppe and Newhaven, 45 hours
GIRRALTAR TO LONDON.
(Farrl linble to altrration bring ru4isrt to cxch~ngc.)
Poors l.-Gibraltar, Bobadilla, Cordova, Madrid,
Burgos, Bordeaux, Paris, Boulogile or Calais,
Pours II.--As above, yin Dieppe and Newhaven..
f; s. d.
Ist Class between Gibraltar and Irun.
g ,. d.
4 18 1
5 11 8
10 1: 6
10 6 0
Correspondents1 MeS~re~tSpearman Spearman, I9, George
Midland Railway Office, 3, Russell Street;
Hotels.--Duke of Comwall, Royal, Continental, and Grand.
Distance from London, 2463 miles.
The "P. Sr 0. h3ail," the "Orient-Royal Mail," the
" British India," and other steamers callat Plymouth on the
The Great Western Railway Company are running an
express (luncheon car) train from Plymouth at 10.30 a.m.
daily (Sundays included), reaching Paddington at 3.re p.m.
(Sundays arrive 340 p.m) The new short route between
London and Plymouth is now open, and improvements have also
been made in the arrangements of trains connecting the North
and the West of England, and expediting the passenger traffic
from the North to the Channel Islands and vicr vrusa.
Plymouth is a charming town in which to spend a few days,
and the neighbourhood abounds in delightful Devonshire scenery.