I am a stranger in this city.
I don’t know where I am now.
I can’t leave town unless I know where the railroad station is.
There is a policeman.
I am going to find out from him.
Will you please tell me where the depot is? We have three railroad stations in this town.
Where do you want to go?
I want to go to Boston.
You can’t take a train to Boston before four o’clock.
You just missed the ten-thirty train.
Don’t you have a timetable with you?
No, I have no timetable with me.
Do you know where I can get one?
Let us go to that hotel there, and see if they have one.
Oh, I forgot you’ll find the time table in the morning paper.
I have a morning paper here.
Let us see.
Train service from Spring Street station.
There is a train for Boston at 6.55 am express at 9.55 am, local at 10.30 am, express at 12.10 pm, local at 4.03 p.m., express for Boston.
I think I’ll wait and take the four-three train this afternoon.
How can I reach the station from here? Take the Orchard car from here; ask the conductor to give you a transfer for Spring Street.
Get off at the corner of High and Spring Streets.
Take a Spring Street car, and that will take you to the depot.
Thank you very much.
Welcome sir.
Spring Street station.
Here it is.
At last I have found it.
I have no time to lose.
I must buy my ticket, check my trunk, and have something to eat before I go.
What time does the next train leave for Boston?
At four- three.
Let me have one ticket.
Three dollars and ten cents.
I wonder if my trunk is here.
Oh, here it is.I must check it.
Check this trunk, please.
Where is your ticket?
I must weigh that trunk.
I think you’ll have to pay excess money for it.
It weighs more than the limit.
How much more do I have to pay?
Now I can eat something.
It is only twenty minutes to four.
I have twenty-three minutes more.
Information bureau Baggage room Parcel room Track Number 3 Ticketoffice Passengers are forbid den to stand on this platform for men for women Look out Danger Railroad crossing Look out for the engine Waitingroom.
No spitting on the floor When you are at the railroad station, and are in doubt about the arrival and departure of your train, always go and ask someone in the in­ formation bureau about it.
Buy your ticket before you check your trunk.
When you check your trunk, have your ticket with you.
In a large city, when you buy your ticket, al­ ways ask the man in charge of the ticketoffice for the number of the track on which your train is found.
This will save you much trouble.
When does the next train leave for New York?
At twelve o’clock.
Is it an express, or a local?
Is it a through train to New York?
It is a local.
You change at springfield.
There is no express train before five o’clock.
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