He tore round to Victoria, found he'd missed the boat-train, and went down to Folkestone on chance.
“They may have meant the Harwich boat-train from the north,” I remarked.
It was not until he was in the boat-train that he realised that he was about to cross the sea.
There's a boat-train leaving Euston in two and a half hours.
We wish you to identify a person who has arrived by the boat-train.
Anyway, I was on that boat-train when it pulled out of London.
There was the sudden excited clamour of many voices and the boat-train, late and overcrowded, had come in!
So I left by the midday boat-train; the usual crowds were there to see their friends off.
He then left with the intention of catching the evening boat-train to Paris.
I'm booked on the Minneapolis, sailing from Tilbury at daybreak; the boat-train leaves at eleven-thirty.