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American Line Scandinavian Ports, etc. 1907

Scandinavian Ports

Passengers whose destination , etc, is some point in Scandinavia can proceed by rail from Liverpool to Hull, Newcastle, Grimsby, or other British east-coast port, and take steamer thence to their destination. The rates to the principal Scandinavian and Continental ports are quoted in our Rate Sheets, and are the only ones our agents are authorized to use in selling tickets and can only be availed of by passengers purchasing the European inland transportation in connection with the ocean booking before leaving America.

There are three through trains daily from Liverpool to Hull; taking about four and one-half (4 1/2) hours to make the run; the distance is 123 miles.

The distance from Liverpool to Newcastle is about 174 miles and the run takes about six (6) hours. There are four through daily trains between these two places.

The distance from Liverpool to Grimsby is 145 miles; three through daily trains; time of run five hours.

A steamer leaves from Hull during the summer months, every Monday, at 9.00 a.m., for Copenhagen, where connections are made for Malmo, Helsingborg, Gothenburg etc. Time of passage about fifty hours to Copenhagen.

Every Tuesday, at 4 p.m., between June 2d and September 1st, for Stavanger, Bergen, Aalesund, Christiansund and Drontheim (about thirty-three hours to Stavanger).

Every Wednesday and Saturday for Hango (about four and one-half days) connecting with all Finnish points and St. Petersburg; for Copenhagen, where connections are made for Malmo, Helsingborg, Gothenburg, etc.; for Christiansand, Arendal, Laurvig, Skein and Christiania; and for Riga.

Every Thursday afternoon for Stavanger, Bergen, Aalesund, Christiansund and Drontheim. Every Saturday, at 4 p.m., for Gothenburg, where connections are made for Stockholm.

A steamer leaves from Grimsby every Monday and Thursday, at 7 p.m., for Esbjerg, where connections are made for Frederickshavn, Aalborg, Copenhagen, Malmo, Helsingborg, Stockholm and Gothenburg (due at Esbjerg Tuesday night).

Every Wednesday, midnight, for Gothenburg, where connections are made for Stockholm (about forty hours to Gothenburg).

A steamer leaves from Newcastle every Tuesday evening for Stavanger, Bergen, Aalesund, Christiansund and Drontheim. From Newcastle every Friday afternoon for Christiansand, Arendal, Laurvig, Skein and Christiania.

A steamer leaves from Harwich every Monday, Thursday and Saturday, at 9.3o p.m., for Esbjerg, connecting with Copenhagen and other points in Denmark and lower Sweden (about twenty-five hours to Esbjerg).

A steamer leaves Grangemouth every Wednesday afternoon for Christiansand, Arendal, Laurvig, Skein and Christiania, (due in Christ/ tiania on Saturday).

A steamer leaves from London every Friday afternoon for Gothenburg, connecting with Christiania and Stockholm. These steamers carry only first and second class passengers (about forty hours to Gothenburg).

The following North Sea distances and time of passage may be of interest to intending travelers who desire to visit these points:

North Sea Distances and Times of Passage
Travel Points Miles Hours (About)
HULL TO
Bergin
513
43
Christiania
558
48
Copenhagen
621
50
Trondhjem
750
67
Stavanger
413
33
Christiansand
410
36
NEWCASTLE TO
Bergen
392
40
Stavanger
342
32
Christiania
488
44
Copenhagen
586
48
Gothenburg
480
40
Harwich to Copenhagen, via Esbjerg
500
33

The rates, routes and departures named herein, are approximate, and subject to change at the will of the Transportation Companies controlling them.

 

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