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Interpreters - 1910 Travel Guide

Interpreters in the employ of large tourist agencies will be found at the principal stations and most boat landings in Europe. Those who have purchased their tickets from these tourist agencies may call upon them freely and will find that they tend to decrease the discomforts of travel.

When their services are engaged, a moderate fee is suggested. The simple showing of the case in which the railroad tickets are kept is sufficient proof that the traveler is a client of the tourist agency.

Interpreters in the uniform of the largest agency meet principal trains and steamers at following places and assist holders of their tickets free of charge:

  • Alexan dria
  • Algiers
  • Amsterdam
  • Antwerp
  • Bale
  • Bergen
  • Beirut
  • Bombay
  • Bremen
  • Brindisi
  • Brussels (summer only)
  • Calcutta
  • Cannes
  • Christiania
  • Cologne
  • Colombo
  • Constantinople
  • Florence
  • Dresden
  • Geneva
  • Genoa
  • Gibraltar
  • Hong Kong
  • Jaffa
  • Haifa
  • Hamburg
  • Lausanne
  • London (Charing Cross and Victoria)
  • Lucerne
  • Madrid
  • Malta
  • Marseilles
  • Mentope
  • Milan
  • Naples
  • New York
  • Nice
  • Paris
  • Patras
  • Piraeus
  • Rome
  • San Remo
  • Trieste
  • Trondhiem
  • Turin
  • Venice
  • Vienna
  • Vintimille
  • Yokohama
  • Zurich

An interpreter meets passengers at Tilbury. The interpreters are not on duty on Sundays except by special arrangement.

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1910 Travel Guide by Scientifc American

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