The Leeds Meeting of the British Association; Local Arrangements


    LEEDS, in these days of railway amalgamations is supplied with railway termini confusing profusion, the L.M.S. trains arriving at no less than three different stations. All the stations are close together, however, and convenient for the reception rooms. At all stations members will be met by guides wearing armlets, and those proceeding to hostels can, if they wish, entrust their luggage to these officials for despatch to the hostels.

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    The Leeds Meeting of the British Association; Local Arrangements. Nature 120, 305–306 (1927).

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