HC Deb 06 March 1940 vol 358 c391
72. Mr. R. Gibson

asked the Minister of Transport whether he is aware that there is considerable inconvenience and discontent among citizens in Greenock, and naval men brought ashore there, in respect of the lack of a late train service to Greenock from Glasgow on Sunday evenings; and what steps he pro poses to take to meet the situation?

Captain Wallace

The railway company have been unable to trace any complaints or applictions for a later service than that already provided. If, however, the hon. and learned Member will furnish me with particulars of the complaints which have been made to him, I shall be glad to look further into the matter.

Mr. Gibson

Will the right hon. Gentleman reconsider the matter in consultation with the Admiralty?

Captain Wallace

When I hear of some complaints I shall be glad to consider them.

Mr. Stephen

Has the Minister heard of complaints of people stranded on Sunday who were unable to get home?

Captain Wallace

They must have wanted to go home after 9.30, but I have had no complaint from people in that part of Scotland so far.