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


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A Famous Railway Museum 2324
A Fascinating New Zealander 64
Board to Control the Railways 914
By Those Who Like Us 48
Cover Photograph, Old Auckland Station. Current Comments 17
Editorial—The Melting Pot 56
General Manager's Message 8
Lakeland and Storyland 2731
Modern Progress in Telephony 6263
New Zealand Railways Road Motor Services (photos) 3233
New Zealand School of Wrestling 53
Our Children's Gallery (photos) 25
Our London Letter 1922
Our Women's Section 5960
Pioneering Value of the Railways 57
Policing the Railways 3640
Railways and Road Competition 3
The Golden Strand, Samoa (photo) 42
The Sunny South Pacific 4346
Typical Scenes in the South Sea Islands 47
Wheels and Whizzdom 4951
“Windy Point,” the Buller Gorge (photo) 7
Wit and Humour 15
World Affairs 5456
Your Own Railway 35

Main Trunk Express Journey
High Praise from Distinguished Pianist.

On his present tour of the Dominion with the equally famous singer, Peter Dawson, the world famous pianist, Mark Hambourg, when interviewed by a representative of the Evening Post, Wellington, was full of praise for New Zealand's Auckland-Wellington Main Trunk Express. “That railway journey was one of the most comfortable I have ever experienced,” he said.