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LONDON TRAINS.

No fewer than two thousand two hundred trains leave tbe station of London every twenty-four hours. Of these trains, which are dispatched daily, one thousand seven hundred and fifty serve the suburbs and a suburban region of thirty miles round the city. Fifteen leave for Scotland and Ireland, and sixteen for the continent. Three huudred and twelve trains start from Victoria Station, three hundred and twenty one from Liverpoolafreet, and three hundred and ninty-five from Broad street. Between ten in the morniDg and eleven at night, sixteen hundred trains start for the various railway termini in London, ' and two a minute.all day long Jiot including the trains on the Metropolitan and Metropolitan District. Such is the published calculation of a statistician.

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LONDON TRAINS., Thames Star, Volume XV, Issue 4706, 6 February 1884

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LONDON TRAINS. Thames Star, Volume XV, Issue 4706, 6 February 1884

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