Week - eed Trips to YPRES, ARRAS, AMIENS (No Passports required) DEPART DEPART London (St. Pancras) 10.30 p.m. Amiens 8.29 p.m. Tilbury ...11.30 p.m. Arras 9.28 p.m. Dunkerque (Central) 7.15 a.m. Ypres 5.14p.m. ARRIVE Dunkerque (M 'time) 1 x50 p .m Ypres 9. 8 a.m. ARRIVE Arras 9.15 a.m. Tilbury 7.10a.m. Amiens 10.10 a.m. London (St. Pancras) 8. 9 a.m. Friday to Monday or Saturday to TuesdayReturn Ticket from London {St. Pancras), with Two Days' Full Board and One Night's Accommodation to include Service and Taxes YPRES ARRAS AMIENS s. d. s. d. s. d. i st Class throughout 3 16 10 4 1 1 4 8 7 2nd Class Rail and Road with 2nd on Continent J 2 16 9 2 19 11 3 5 2 3rd Class throughout 2 14 8 2 16 10 3 0 3 OSTEND Special Week-End Trips to Ostend (without Passports). Full Board and Accommodation (Three Nights), including Taxes and Service. Prices to include a motor tour to The Menin Gate and Ypres Battlefields. £5 0 7 £4 7 7 £4 1 11 £3 16 9 £3 11 1 Passengers to and from Ypres change at Hazebrouck and Dunkerque (Central) Amiens Longueau and Dunkerque (Central) Arras Dunkerque (Central) The above prices do not include Meals on the journey or excursions on the Continent, and are subject to alteration in accordance with the 1930 Summer Time-tables. ITINERARY.Vliddlekerke, Lombarzyde, NIEUPORT (to see trenches and famous Locks), Ramscapeile, Pervyse, DIXMUDE, Wouman, Steenstraete, Boesinghe, YPRES (Packet Lunch), stop of two hours to see CLOTH HALL, MENIN GATE, etc. Return via Shrapnel Corner, Zillebeke, HILL 60, HELL FIRE CORNER, St. Julien (Canadian Memorial), Poelcapelle, Houthulst Forest, Clercken, Praat Bosch Forest, Coucklaere, Moere (to see Long Max, the gun which bombarded Dunkirk), OSTEND. 2nd Class and 3rd Class and 1st Class 1st Class Boat 2nd Class 1st Class Boat 3rd Class Applications for prospectus should be addressed to The Secretary, Ypres League, 9 Baker Street, London, W.l. Special quotations will be given for trips of longer duration to YPRES and to other parts of the Western Front when Circular Tickets can be issued. Passports will be required. All applications should be made to The Secretary, Ypres League, 9 Baker Street, London, W.l.


The Ypres Times (1921-1936) | 1930 | | pagina 33