The Railway Magazine


100 YEARS AGO MAY 1919

THE Newhaven-Dieppe continental service, London, Brighton and South Coast and French State (Western) Railways is to be reopened for passenger traffic from June 1. The British military authorities after demobilisation will permit the ferry boat to be used for commercial purposes.

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