The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 10, Issue 11 (February 1, 1936)
|Among the Books||62|
|Railways of the Empire||7|
|Famous New Zealanders||17–23|
|Greneral Manager's Message||8|
|Limited Night Entertainments||53–56|
|Nelson—The Athensof the Antipodes||15–51|
|New Zealand Verse||35|
|On the Road to Anywhere||25–30|
|Our London Letter||44–45|
|Our Women's Section||57–59|
|Panorsma of the Playground||63–64|
|Pathfinders of N.Z. Life||31|
|Sonnet for the Bi-Centenary of James Watt||10|
|The Bi-Centenary of James Watt||11–13|
|The People of Pudding Hill||37–39|
|The Racehorse as a Sound Invetment||32–33|
|The Spice of Advice||61–61|
|The Wisdom of the Maori||24|
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Children's Christmas Party at the Hutt Workshops.
(1) Children disembarking at the Workshops from the special train. (2) Mr. G. H. Mackley, General Manager, New Zealand Rallways, addressing the gathering. With him are the Hon. W. Nash, M.P., Minister of Finance, and Mr. E. Casey, Assistant General Manager, New Zealand Railways. (3 and 6) Visits to Santa Claus and the ice-cream booth delighted the young guests. (4) An object of admiration to all—one of the Department's “K” class locomotives. (5) A section of the visitors listening to the Hon. W. Nash, M.P.'s address.