HC Deb 07 March 1934 vol 286 cc1802-3
16. Brigadier-General NATION

asked the Minister of Transport if he will consider the introduction of legislation whereby the names of railway stations shall be more prominently displayed and more easily recognisable by travellers than at present?


I have no reason to think that legislation specifically relating to the display of railway station names is required, but if my hon. and gallant Friend has in mind any case where he thinks an improvement in this respect is called for, I will bring it to the notice of the railway company concerned.

Brigadier-General NATION

Does the hon. Gentleman know that at certain stations on the Great Northern Railway it is almost impossible to distinguish the names of the stations from the advertisements?


That must depend on the name of the station, the speed of the train, and the accuracy of the eye.

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