|LONDON AND BIRMINGHAM|
|Distances From Birmingham Station||UP TRAINS.||6¾||8||7||11||8½||10||12||1¼||4||2½||4||6||12||1||FARES|
|mixed||mixed||mixed||mixed||mixed||ml1 cl.||mixed||mls||mixed||mixed||2ndclass||1stclass||mailmixed||4 inside by day, or 1 cls in by night.||1st cls. car. 6 Inside by day||3rd cls. car. closed by night.||2nd cl. car. open by day.|
|9¼||Hampton (Dby. Jn)|
|28¼||RUGBY (Mid C.J)|
|37||Crick and Walton|
|65¾||Bletchley and F. Stfd.|
The third class train takes passangers, private carriges, and horses at the following charges- From London to Birmingham. Passangers 14s, Carriges £3, horse boxes £4 and in proportion for intermediate stations. Sunday Trains - Mixed 8½ mail a.m, Mixed 1½ p.m,mail mixed 12 (& 1 a.m from Rugby), from Wolverton 6¾ am, From Aylesbury 7. p.m
Passengers are especially recommended to have their names and addresses legibly written' on each part of their luggage, when it will be placed on the top of the coach in which they ride. If the passenger be destined to Liverpool or Manchester, and have booked his place through, his luggage will be placed on the Liverpool or Manchester Coach, and will not be disturbed until it reach its destination.
A passenger having paid his fare, and taken out a ticket, may go by any of the trains that day , but the ticket will not be available on the following day unless under special circumstances, when it may be exchanged for a new pass for the day required.
The Eagle coach through Bedford and Cambridge leaves Weedon station, after the arrival of the first Midland Counties Up Train,six minutes before 12 and arrives at Cambridge at 7 the same evening.