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The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 6, Issue 5 (November 2, 1931)


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Bogus Bogeys 4951
By Those Who Like Us 29
Cover Photograph: Electric-pneumatic Interlocking Machine (128 levers) Signal Box A, Auckland Station
Current Comments 17
Editorial—On the Mark 56
General Manager's Message 8
Land of the Kauri 2528
Nature's Anachronism 6364
Our Children's Gallery 1623
Our London Letter 4548
Our Women's Section 5962
Pictures of New Zealand Life 4143
Practical Economy Suggestions 5657
Publicity Work of the N.Z. Railways: Some Recent Posters 24
Railway Accounting in New Zealand 3135
The Dream of a Water Baby 3840
The Driver 5455
The “Sandusky” 7
Track Noises Reduced 3
Wellington's New Goods Shed 1821
Wit and Humour 53
Workshops Overhead Expenses 1315
World Affairs 911

Railways for Safety

Nearly 1,700,000,000 passenger journeys were made on the British Railways in 1930. During that year only one passenger lost his life in accidents to trains.