HC Deb 20 April 1920 vol 128 c243W
Viscount WOLMER

asked the Minister of Transport whether he is aware of the inconvenience caused to the residents by the train service between Winchfield and Waterloo; and why it is not possible to restore the same train service that existed up to June, 1919?


This question has already received careful consideration, and owing to the necessity for utilising the available locomotive power to the best advantage, it is not practicable at present for the London and South-Western Railway to alter the train service between Winchfield and Waterloo. As the locomotive position improves, full consideration will be given to the claims of Winchfield.