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a train taking passengers to or from a port

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Mum accompanied me to London and saw me off at Victoria Station where I boarded the boat train to Dover.
Richard Adams wrote The Tyger Voyage (76) in stately quatrain verses telling the tale of a Victorian gentleman tiger and his son and a voyage through hazards of storm, jungle, mountains, volcanoes, occasional mystics and home to England by the Paris boat train. Nicola Bayley's detailed and richly coloured pictures are perfect: Andersen, 6.99 [pounds sterling], 978 1 84939 627 1.
Instant expert A PAINTING of The Golden Arrow (below), a luxury boat train which ran between London's Victoria Station and Dover, is coming up for auction shortly and should appeal to both railway buffs and art collectors.
Call Adam on or Nick on 0771 They include several views of the wreck of the battleship USS Maine in Havana harbour; several dockyard views of luggage being loaded; the boat train dining car; Turner, often wearing his hat or tunic, posing with various passengers or relations and of Turner taking a sight with his sextant.
Other lines linked the Hub to Providence, Nashua and to the boat train to New York.
He left with a party of Glaswegians who embarked on a boat train to Paris and then Spain.
Fortunately Harry's older brother Marcel--a talented photographer--was already in London and he received Harry when he arrived in 1938 after a horrendous journey from Austria on a boat train as part of the Kindertransport programme.
Before long, they could trace the suspects' movements from the south side to ahotel, a bar, and then on to the Belfast Boat Train at Glasgow Central Station.
One time a report came back that actor David Niven was squashed when too many people were booked into his compartment on The Cunarder, the boat train up to London (Waterloo) station.
The boat train from Westland Row (now Pearse) Station to Dun Laoghaire.
Several West End theatres closed and university undergraduates headed to Dover to help shunt luggage vans on to the boat train at the height of the strike.
One set of playing cards used by five of the Birmingham Six on the Belfast boat train to Heysham.
Although he had been sent to watch out for any trains that might be approaching the spot where track was being re-laid, Tommy could only watch helplessly as the Folkestone--Charing Cross boat train swept onto the loose rails.
The line from Carmarthen to Fishguard Harbour, only has seven trains a day, and one of those, the Irish boat train, is in the middle of the night, and yet Network Rail is investing money in the reopening of this station on the outskirts of Goodwick, which it believes will be a viable proposition.