HC Deb 27 May 1902 vol 108 c670

To ask the Secretary of State for India, in view of the fact that none of the carriages of passenger trains on the Himalaya Narrow Gauge Railway are provided with any artificial light, and that passengers from Darjeeling have to travel for miles through the jungle in darkness, whether he will suggest to the Railway Department of the Government the advisability of requiring the railway company to light the carriages of their passenger trains.

(Answer). This matter is one as to which any complaints should be ad dressed to the local authorities.—(India Office).