§ Sir K. WOOD
asked the Minister of Transport whether he is aware of the many complaints concerning the railway service of the Southern Railway between Woolwich and London, and particularly that the travelling public are being subjected to great inconvenience from the dirty condition of the carriages and the excessive crowding of trains during the rush hours in the mornings and evenings; 1581W and whether he will take such action as may be possible with the company to remedy these complaints?
§ Mr. GOSLING
I have not recently received any complaints of the train service between Woolwich and London, but I will call the attention of the Southern Railway Company to the complaints which the hon. Member says are being made.