HC Deb 27 August 1895 vol 36 c882

Return ordered, For the months of June, July and August, 1895, from the Great Western, South Eastern, London, Chatham and Dover, London, Brighton and South Coast, and London and South Western Railway Companies, showing the arrival at London stations of all passenger trains from a distance of not less than 50 miles from starting point, as shown in the published time tables of the Company, in the form set out below: The Return to be compiled from the Guards' Reports or Journals; and London stations to mean, for the Great Western, Paddington; for the Chatham and Dover, Victoria, St. Paul's, and Holborn Viaduct; for the South Eastern, Cannon Street and Charing Cross; for the London, Brighton and South Coast, London Bridge and Victoria; and for the South Western, Waterloo:—

Percentage to time and 5 minutes late. Percentage between 6 and 10 minutes late. Percentage between 10 and 20 minutes late. Percentage between 20 and 30 minutes late. Percentage over 30 minutes late. Total number of Trains.

(in continuation of Parliamentary Paper No. 210, of Session 1895)."—(Mr. Houston.)