Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A room at a railway-station, steamship-pier, or the like, where baggage is received, registered, dated, checked, etc.
- n. A room where baggage may be left until called for, a receipt or number being given.
“It meant more strange men who handled baggage, as it meant in New York, where, from railroad baggage-room to express wagon he was exchanged, for ever a crated prisoner and dispatched to one, Harris Collins, on Long Island.”
“Because Del Mar brought it into the baggage-room, Michael was suspicious of it.”
“They dashed in on Tom Porter, sitting in the despatcher's office upstairs, while the despatcher was hiding below, under a loose plank in the baggage-room floor.”
“The social air of a home that was lived in, pervaded this temporary baggage-room between the tracks.”
“Passengers before they can have their baggage examined have to pay 6 sous at the end of the baggage-room for each box, for which they receive an acknowledgment.”
“Why this door and baggage-room should have been left thus open and unguarded when such evident and scrutinizing care was taken in every other quarter, I have to this day been unable to understand.”
“An instant before it seemed as if nothing short of a miracle could save me from a French guard-house, and now, by the simplest combination of circumstances, in which a restaurant and baggage-room bore an important part, I had passed unchallenged.”
“The room was a baggage-room, and at that moment unoccupied.”
“Once in the baggage-room, the way was familiar, and, passing into the second room, I found the door open as on the day previous, and in”
“It instantly occurred to me that a baggage-room _ought_ to open on both platforms.”
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