Standing on the platform in Lucknow, Babbanji saw two trains waiting, one for Delhi and the other for Mumbai.
And now we are on the platform of the Lucknow station which has more of an English look about it than have most Indian stations.
Only, all are trembling for Lucknow, crowded with Helplessness and Innocence!
Thus at last the city was cleared of rebels, and we were once more masters in Lucknow.
He had gone to Lucknow railway station to take possession of Mr. C's.
A couple of natives who ran up from the Lucknow side were peremptorily ordered to stand.
They went back to the wagon, toward the point where the route to Lucknow stopped.
I trust that all at Lucknow will be conducted to your satisfaction and that of Mrs. Erskine.
Lucknow, December 24th: After luncheon, we took the train for Lucknow.
In 1775 the district was made over to the British by the Treaty of Lucknow.