Bucks History

Holidays to the Seaside

Transcript of advertisement for  a holiday.

The Excursion of the Season.


10 or 12 Hours at the Seaside.

MR A. T. Barber begs to announce that he has arranged the Tenth Annual Excursion, (the proceeds to be devoted to the Windsor Infirmary and H.R.H. Princess Christian's District Nurses Fund), to

PORTSMOUTH,

Giving passengers an opportunity of visiting the Dockyard, Fortifications, the Fleet, the many attractive spots in the Isle of Wight, enjoying a trip round the Island, or a visit to the new Watering Place, Lee-on-the Solent; to


SOUTHAMPTON,

With its Magnificent Docks, &c. and to


BOURNEMOUTH,

Giving passengers an oppotunity of visiting Corfe Castle, Swanage, Totland Bay, and the Isle of Wight.
The Train for Southampton and Bournemouth will leave
Windsor . . . . . 6. 0       | Egham . . . . . 6.25
Datchet . . . . . 6. 5       | Virginia Water  6.30
Wraysbury . . . . 6.12    | Chertsey  . . . 6.36
Staines (High St) 6.18   | Addlestone  . . 6.41
The train to Portsmouth Ten minutes later at each Station.

Returning from Bournemouth East at 7.40, Southampton West at 8.34 & Portsmouth (Town Station) at 8.15 p.m., arriving in Windsor about 11.0

Carriages reserved for Parties of Ten
   FARES                         1 day             2 or 3 days       or   4 to 8 days
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Portsmouth & Back . .    4/6                     6/0                      7/6
Southampton & Back  . \
Bournmouth & Back . .   5/6                    7/0                       8/6
    Children under 12 Half-price