There was four pounds and ninepence to pay for excess luggage at Charing Cross.
He was given a first-class ticket from York, and a receipt for excess luggage.
Most of the soldiers deposited their excess luggage on the outside.
An excess luggage porter at a large railway station said to a “commercial,” “I see your luggage is overweight, sir.”
Otherwise the fee for excess luggage would take what little remained of his bank account.
Mr. Compton Mackenzie was in trouble about his excess luggage, for example.