HC Deb 28 October 1919 vol 120 cc503-4W

asked the Minister of Transport whether he has yet seen and considered all the papers and correspondence handed over from the Board of Trade in connection with the closed exits to the Midland station at Nottingham and, in particular, the report of the inspector who visited Nottingham and admitted that irritation and ill-feeling were prevalent; whether he is aware that these feelings are becoming intensified as the result of the inconvenience and loss of time caused to the travelling public; and whether he is now prepared to give instructions for the exit opposite Trent Street to be reopened between the hours of five a.m. and midnight?


Yes, Sir, I have seen and considered the correspondence and report referred to, and I am at present in consultation with the Midland Railway Company upon a suggestion made by the hon. Gentleman that the station exit opposite Trent Street might be opened for a month or two experimentally.