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London Underground Railways Services (Extension)

Volume 235: debated on Wednesday 26 February 1930

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72.

asked the Minister of Transport if his attention has been called to the possibility of relieving passenger traffic congestion by the extension of underground services which at present end at New Cross, Southern Railway, and New Cross Gate, Southern Railway; and whether he will bring to the notice of the appropriate authority this means of reaching the rapidly growing suburbs of Kent and Surrey?

This matter has been considered on previous occasions, but I will again bring it to the notice of the railways concerned.