A GREAT Philanthropist who had thought of himself in connection with the Presidency and had introduced a bill into Congress requiring the Government to loan every voter all the money that he needed, on his personal security, was explaining to a Sunday-school at a railway station
how much he had done for the country, when an angel looked down from Heaven and wept.
The cab stopped before the railway station
at twenty minutes past eight.
He pursued his retreat, careless in what direction it might take him, to a footpath across the fields, which led to the highroad and the railway station
At the railway station
in Nashville a distant relative awaited me to apprise me of the reason for my recall: my mother had been barbarously murdered--why and by whom none could conjecture, but the circumstances were these: My father had gone to Nashville, intending to return the next afternoon.
Having satisfied himself at length upon this point, he made his way to the London and North Western Railway Station
, and knocked at the door of the station-master's office.
I must confess that I slunk out of the railway station
shunning its many lights as if, invariably, failure made an outcast of a man.
In this connection I should like to confess my surprise on finding that notwithstanding all its apparatus of analysis the story consists for the most part of physical impressions; impressions of sound and sight, railway station
, streets, a trotting horse, reflections in mirrors and so on, rendered as if for their own sake and combined with a sublimated description of a desirable middle-class town-residence which somehow manages to produce a sinister effect.
For the present it must suffice you to know that I followed you from the railway station
at Ithaca half around the world for a love that had been born from a single glance at your sweet face as you passed me to enter your Pullman.
They started directly, in a little carriage that Lightwood had brought with him from never-to-be-forgotten Greenwich; and from Greenwich they started directly for London; and in London they waited at a railway station
until such time as the Reverend Frank Milvey, and Margaretta his wife, with whom Mortimer Lightwood had been already in conference, should come and join them.
Alice had been to the seaside once in her life, and had come to the general conclusion, that wherever you go to on the English coast you find a number of bathing machines in the sea, some children digging in the sand with wooden spades, then a row of lodging houses, and behind them a railway station
Ten minutes later she was being whisked through the crowded streets toward the railway station
I want my clothes, and if you won't lend me a car or a trap, I'll walk to the nearest railway station