The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 2, Issue 4 (August 1, 1927)
No Need For Thanks
No Need For Thanks.
During the recent strike in England the volunteer driver of the London-Liverpool express performed the miraculous feat of bringing the great train into Liverpool twenty-five minutes ahead of schedule time. The passengers went forward in a body to thank him. A pale green face emerged from the cab. “Don'st thank me,” he gasped; “thank God; I only found out how to stop this thing ten minutes ago.”