The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 11, Issue 6 (September 1, 1936)
The Film In Railway Education
The Film In Railway Education.
The London, Midland and Scottish Railway—has for some years made use of cinema films for staff educational purposes, and this winter the special “film educational unit” devised by the Euston authorities is visiting no fewer than forty important centres in England, Wales and Scotland. This time the films are in sound, and two of the most important films showing are (1) “A Study in Steel,” which records the building of one of the latest type of locomotives at the Crewe Works; and (2) “Permanent Way,” a fascinating story of the 19,000 miles of track which go to form the L.M. and S. system lines.