"the North-Western Railway"
One of the author’s humorous, though perhaps over-long, digressions is a tall tale about bringing back cheeses for a friend from Liverpool to London. The journey was by steam train, on the London and North Western Railway, which connected Euston station in London to many of the major cities, such as Birmingham, Manchester, Liverpool, Leeds, Carlisle, Glasgow and Edinburgh. This railway called itself the Premier Line. Euston station, along with the famous Euston Arch, was controversially demolished in the early 1960s and replaced with a featureless design.

A LNWR society was established in 1973.