lindenfoxcub (lindenfoxcub) wrote in little_details,

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who calls "all aboard" at a train station?

This is such a little thing, but I guess that's why this community is called little details. I don't know if it's the conductor who calls this out, or the station master, or if there's someone else, or if there's a standard at all, and obviously I don't want to sound stupid.

Setting: edwardian era.

Googled: combinations of "all aboard", train station, train departing, etc. All I got were ads for train vacations - "all aboard" seems to be a popular slogan.
Tags: 1910-1919, ~travel: ground & rail

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