Tuesday, April 21 – 1914
Locally enthusiasts are preparing to make a day of it in London town. I hear that the bookings at the various railway stations are fairly heavy, and a big rush is expected on Friday night.
Messrs. Cook and Sons are running quite a lot of parties and I believe that all the saloons are booked up. There is one party containing of no fewer than 380, while there are other larger contingents.
The London and Northwestern, Midland, Great Central, and Great Western are all taking their share. The majority of the trains leave between 11 and 12 o’clock, and the stations are likely to be very busy.
Trains leave Lime-street at 11.20 and 11.30, while there are trains from Alexandra Dock and Huyton.
I learn that all the Northwestern saloons are full, and certainly Liverpool are assured of plenty of support.
(Evening Express, 21-04-1914)