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The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 6, Issue 2 (June 1, 1931)

The Men Who Supervise Operations In The Department's Workshops. — (Photo, A. P. Godber.) — Mr. A. E. P. Walworth, Works Manager (centre second row from front) and his engineering staff at the Hutt Valley Workshops, Wellington. This group was taken on the eve of Mr. Walworth's transfer to the position of Works Manager, Otahubu; and includes Messrs. W. G. T. Pullin (General Foreman), W. Smith (Foreman Blacksmith), A. P. Godber (Asst. Machine Shop Foreman), and E. N. Campbell (Sub-Foreman) all of …

The Men Who Supervise Operations In The Department's Workshops. (Photo, A. P. Godber.) Mr. A. E. P. Walworth, Works Manager (centre second row from front) and his engineering staff at the Hutt Valley Workshops, Wellington. This group was taken on the eve of Mr. Walworth's transfer to the position of Works Manager, Otahubu; and includes Messrs. W. G. T. Pullin (General Foreman), W. Smith (Foreman Blacksmith), A. P. Godber (Asst. Machine Shop Foreman), and E. N. Campbell (Sub-Foreman) all of whom recently retired on superannuation.

The Men Who Supervise Operations In The Department's Workshops.
(Photo, A. P. Godber.)
Mr. A. E. P. Walworth, Works Manager (centre second row from front) and his engineering staff at the Hutt Valley Workshops, Wellington. This group was taken on the eve of Mr. Walworth's transfer to the position of Works Manager, Otahubu; and includes Messrs. W. G. T. Pullin (General Foreman), W. Smith (Foreman Blacksmith), A. P. Godber (Asst. Machine Shop Foreman), and E. N. Campbell (Sub-Foreman) all of whom recently retired on superannuation.