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The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 1, Issue 3 (July 24, 1926)

Train Loading:

Train Loading:

The principle of using only second class accommodation on secondary branch lines was affirmed—such cars to have chair seats. The matter of using only second class accommodation on suburban trains will be decided on the merits of each case, taking into consideration such points as desirability and economy. To reduce goods tranship work, weights of over 10 cwt. are to be loaded into wagons direct to destination as circumstances warrant, while wagon economy is made possible by loading. quantities up to 25 cwt. for any attended station in “roadsiders.”