The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 3, Issue 7 (November 1, 1928)
|Advance South Westland!||26–27|
|An Adventurous Journey||63|
|Australia's Railway Gauges||10–14|
|By Those Who Like Us||51|
|Christchurch - Lyttelton Electrification (photo)||9|
|Editorial—A New Dawn||6–7|
|“Freight on the Rails”||15|
|General Manager's Message||7–8|
|New Asquith Drilling Machine (photo)||25|
|Otira Gorge (photo)||45 Our London Letter||18–21|
|Promotions Recorded During November||59|
|Public Trust Office||58|
|Railways in Modern Transport||28–31|
|Railway Excursion to Mt. Egmont||61|
|The Call of the Sea||22–23|
|The Famous Palmer RailwaY||52–52|
|The Golden Kowhai||33|
|The Home of the Big Game Fish||42–44|
|The Romance of the Rail||38–41|
|The Queen of Spring Flowers||35–37|
|Through Booking and its Advantages||16|
|Waimakariri Gorge (photo)||32|
|Welfare Work by Railway Institutes||34|
|Wit and Humour||55|
N.Z. Railways Magazine.
The Audit Office, Wellington, N.Z., 7th June, 1928.
I hereby certify that after investigation of the publisher's lists and other records the average circulation of the New Zealand Railways Magazine for the 12 months ended May, 1928, is in excess of 20,000 copies per month during the whole of that period.
Controller and Auditor General.