While the train from Swindon to London is a challenge for anyone, it becomes life threatening for Christopher.
At all events Swindon is a well-known oasis, familiar to the travelling public.
He had come by Birmingham and Gloucester, and thence to Swindon.
From Swindon we came up into the down-country; and these downs rise higher even than the Cotswold.
After the coffee she felt less sick and from Swindon to London she was able to get some sleep.
It is notorious that the Swindon of to-day is the creation of the companion of Brunel at the lunch in the furze-bushes.
We lunch at Swindon, and I see that we shall be there in twenty minutes.
Was it on the streets of Swindon, that great centre of life and thought?
Swindon to all these travellers is nothing at all but a refreshment-room.
Mr. Swindon at this side; Mr. Nipkin's name comes underneath.