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a train taking passengers to or from a port

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Up to the 1970s, the boat trains from Riverside to London Euston would use this line, conveying passengers from the Canadian Pacific or Cunard trans-Atlantic liners down to London.
By the 1920s, the craze had spread throughout Europe and in the 1930s, special boat trains took Brits to Switzerland on all-inclusive holidays including hotel and travel for under PS20.
We are diversifying into manufacturing boat trains and mini trains which are also ideal for transporting youngsters around a large site in a fun and friendly way.
Manchester Central was just 45 minutes away, and there were services to London St Pancras, Hull, boat trains to Harwich and even, until the early 1950s, to Southport and the now-forgotten Lord Street Station.
From 1896 White Star Line started boat trains between London Euston and Liverpool Riverside linked with ocean liner sailings.
In 1895 Riverside station was completed allowing boat trains to come alongside the stage and vast numbers of passengers to be handled to destinations all over the world by sea.
Manchester Central was just 45 minutes away, there were services to London St Pancras, Hull, boat trains to Harwich and even, until the early 1950s, to Southport and the now-forgotten Lord Street Station.