HC Deb 30 June 1915 vol 72 c1808
30. Mr. FELL

asked the President of the Board of Trade if his attention has been called to the condition of Wimbledon Station, on the London and Southwestern Railway, and to the death of a porter there on 22nd June, who was carrying a trunk across the line from one platform to another, and who had to pass behind milk vans standing at the platform, which made it impossible for the porter to see or hear the approaching express train; if such arrangements are permitted; and if the Board of Trade will see that they are altered—at any rate immediately the War is over?


The railway company have reported this accident to the Board of Trade, and I have ordered an inquiry to be held.