London Midland and Scottish Railway and Burns and Laird Lines Limited restricted travel to and from Ireland :
The above Companies give notice that it will not be possible to accommodate, on their Steamers, all passengers who may wish to travel to or from Ireland. The Railway and Steamship Companies will not issue Rail and Steamer tickets for travel to or from Ireland until further notice, unless the passenger (whether adult or child, including infant in arms) is in possession of a Sailing Ticket, and passengers should be in possession of a Sailing Ticket before applying for an Exit permit...Applications for Sailing Tickets must state clearly by what route and on which date the applicant wishes to travel and should give alternative dates. Applications cannot be entertained more than 28 days in advance of sailing...Sailing Tickets will not be issued more than 21 days in advance of the journey to or from Ireland.
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Handbill [printed in blue coloured ink on buff coloured paper] dated August 1944, detailing the regulations and procedures operating from August 1944 [ during World War Two] under which one could apply for travel on the London Midland and Scottish Railway and Burns and Laird Lines Limited to and from Ireland.
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Derby [Derbyshire, England] : Bemrose [printer, for] London, Midland and Scottish Railway Company and Burns and Laird Lines Limited, August, 1944.
This item is held in the Department of Ephemera.
Physical description: 1 sheet ; 15.8 x 25.3 cm..
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Reproduction rights owned by the National Library of Ireland.