HC Deb 17 January 1940 vol 356 c106
7. Mr. Goldie

asked the Minister of Transport whether, in view of the great inconvenience caused to the travelling public by the suspension of the London and North Eastern Railway service from Marylebone to intermediate stations on the Aylesbury line, he will take steps to restore such services at the earliest possible date?

The Minister of Transport (Captain Wallace)

This line is served both from Baker Street and Marylebone. The service from Baker Street is approximately the same as pre-war. It has not yet been found possible to restore the full pre-war service operating from Marylebone, but as from the 1st January this year eight additional trains each way have been introduced, and I think that the combined service now available is reasonably adequate for the intermediate stations. If, however, my hon. and learned Friend has any particular station in mind and will let me have details I will gladly have further inquiries made.