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Image from page 123 of “The book of Ceylon; being a guide to its railway system and an account of its varied attractions for the vistor and tourist” (1908)
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Title: The book of Ceylon; being a guide to its railway system and an account of its varied attractions for the vistor and tourist
Year: 1908 (1900s)
Authors: Cave, Henry, 1854-
Subjects: Railroads — Sri Lanka Sri Lanka — Guidebooks
Publisher: London, Paris, New York, Toronto, Melbourne : Cassell and company, limited
Contributing Library: University of California Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: MSN
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Text Appearing Before Image:
150 BUILDING RAILWAY COACHES IN COLOMBO.
Text Appearing After Image:
151. RAILWAY SAWING MILLS IN COLOMBO. THE BOOK OF CEVLOX The liability of the railway for loss of or damage to passengersluggage conveyed free is limited to Rs. 150 for first-class passengers,lis. loo for second-class passengers, and Rs. 50 for third-class passengers,unless the value is declared and an insurance charge of i per cent, onthe excess value is paid before the luggage is deposited. Should passengers wish to leave their luggage at any station, thej cando so on paying the cloak-room fee of 10 cents per article for two days,and 5 cents per article for every additional day or part of a day. Areceipt must be obtained, which must be produced before the articles canbe given up again. Railway servants are strictly forbidden to take chargeof any article belonging to passengers unless it is deposited in the cloak-room and a receipt obtained for it, as stated above. Any property of passengers found in the carriages, at the stations, oron the line, will be removed to the nearest statio
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