It wouldn't do at all, you know, for the Emerald City to become a way-station on an airship line.
For a union station, no matter how big or how pretentious it may be architecturally, will reduce a city to way-station dimensions.
Joe Ferris was the first to greet him after he crossed the border at a way-station at six o'clock in the morning.
The train he had taken came to a sudden stop at a way-station in Ohio, where a red flag was furiously waved.
How many of you could have missed seeing a party of nine get off at a way-station on this line?
If he wants to take up this matter again he knows Im aboard, mused Joe, as the train pulled out of the way-station.
But all through the long and tedious journey ending at the little Arizona way-station, Stratton fumed and fretted and wondered.
At a way-station, some twenty miles this side of Boston, a tall, dark-bearded man boarded the train.
Cliff House, the grand terminus, or at least way-station of all ocean drives.
It was only a way-station on the long long road from Scorpius to Ursa, and it meant nothing, nothing at all.