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The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 9, Issue 12 (March 1, 1935)

Bound Copies of the Magazine

Bound Copies of the Magazine

The publication of this issue of the Magazine (March) completes the ninth volume. Readers are reminded that they may send forward their accumulated copies (April 1934 to March 1935 inclusive) for binding purposes. The volumes will be bound in cloth with gilt lettering at a cost of 5/6 per volume. Those desirous of having their copies bound may hand them to the nearest Stationmaster (with the sender's name endorsed on the parcel) who will transmit them free to the Editor, “New Zealand Railways Magazine,” Wellington. When bound, the volumes will be returned to the forwarding Stationmaster, who will collect the binding charge. In order to ensure expedition in the process of binding, copies should reach the Editor not later than 31st May, 1935.

(Rly. Publicity photo.) His Excellency the Governor-General, Lord Bledisloe, at Flock House, inspecting milk-cans, the design of which, he remarked, was practically the same as the can he had invented in England many years ago.

(Rly. Publicity photo.)
His Excellency the Governor-General, Lord Bledisloe, at Flock House, inspecting milk-cans, the design of which, he remarked, was practically the same as the can he had invented in England many years ago.

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New Zealand Royal Trains, 1901–1934. (W. W. Stewart collection.) The above illustrations are historically interesting as indicating 33 years of transportation progress in New Zealand. The illustrations depict the departure, from Auckland, of four Royal trains, commencing with the train (top) provided for our present King and Queen (then Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York) (1901); the train provided for the Prince of Wales (1920); the train provided for the Duke and Duchess of York (1927), and the train provided for the Duke of Gloucester (1934).

New Zealand Royal Trains, 1901–1934.
(W. W. Stewart collection.)
The above illustrations are historically interesting as indicating 33 years of transportation progress in New Zealand. The illustrations depict the departure, from Auckland, of four Royal trains, commencing with the train (top) provided for our present King and Queen (then Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York) (1901); the train provided for the Prince of Wales (1920); the train provided for the Duke and Duchess of York (1927), and the train provided for the Duke of Gloucester (1934).