1' Good sjtm the Chilterns 4Good spot, the Chilterns - 'B ACCO fM CV A LONDON TRANSPORT LONDON TRANSPORT "Good spot, the Chilterns." A series of advertisements of a sympathetic and friendly type. The arguments used are con vincing, without laying emphasis on the technical details, speed and comfort. The text renders these points a matter of course. -though I know the place is my home,' said the Donkey, Hind I love my own juicy hedgerow there. But, frankly, is there anywhere a view more glorious, more stirring, than from the top of Bacombe Hill and Coombe Hill on a clear Spring day? Is there?' good enough,' cried the Fox, for the brightest oj animals. Don't tell me you mean to stick around your dull, fusty old London all the SummerLord, the times you'll have swinging away over meadow clover and hillside turf! The whole green world before you!' Chorley Wood Common is near Chorley Wood Station, on the Metropolitan Line. A three-mile stroll brings you to Dawes Common, with remarkable views of the River Chess below. Cheap return tickets to the Chiltern country are issued, daily, from all stations on the Metropolitan and East London E2N 3}8 lines. On Sundays and Bank Holidays by all trains. On Mondays to Fridays between 10 and 4. Saturdays by all trains after 10. Chorley Wood Station (return fare 2 6) is 35 minutes from Baker Street or Marylcbone (L.N.E.R.) Stations. AWAY BY METROPOLITAN Bacombe Hill begins near Wendover Station, on the Metropolitan Line, and rises gradually until it reaches Coombe Hill, the headland which, at 852 feet, is the highest point in the Chilterns. Cheap day return tickets to the Chiltern country are issued, daily, from all stations on the Metropolitan and East London Lines. On Sundays and Bank Holidays by all trains. Mondays to Fridays between 10 and 4. Saturdays by all trains after 10. The cheap day return fare to Wendover Station is 4/3 from Baker Street (Metro politan Line) or Marylebone (L.N.E.R.) AWAY BY METROPOLITAN 37

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