A very silly young man accidentally strands six passengers at a small Cornish wayside station.
MISS BOURNE - a severe, spinster type of woman; raw-boned and angular; dark hair; dresses somewhat mannishly; about 50 years of age.
JULIA PRICE - an attractive, blonde young woman, probably in her late twenties.
ELSIE WINTHROP - a slender, dark-haired girl in her late twenties.
PEGGY MURDOCK - a slender, dark haired girl in her early twenties.
TEDDIE DEAKIN - a silly-ass, foppish Englishman, in his mid-thirties, with a tiny moustache and slightly thin hair.
SAUL HODGKIN - a middle-aged, rather heavy-set man of about fifty years, with iron-grey hair and almost white chin whiskers, his face heavily lined.
RICHARD WINTHROP - a slender, brown-haired, well set up man of about forty; smooth face.
CHARLES MURDOCK - a well set up young man in his early twenties; smooth face, fair hair and complexion.
HERBERT PRICE - a tall, slender man of about fifty; fair, bald-headed, and with a light brown moustache.
JOHN STERLING - a well set up man of about forty; smooth face, dark, with very dark hair.
JACKSON - a stocky man of about forty; fair, brown hair, smooth face.
TWO OFFICERS - middle-aged men.
Ghost Train, The Script
Arnold Ridley's classic drama was first produced in 1925 and filmed no less than three times. A very silly young man accidentally strands six passengers at a small Cornish wayside station. Despite the psychic stationmaster's weird stories of a ghost train, they decide to stay the night in the waiting-room. Soon they regret this decision as ghostly and not so ghostly apparitions materialize before the young man reveals the true reason behind the night's events.