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The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 3, Issue 2 (June 1, 1928)



A Capable Railway President 59
A Holiday in Australia 3839
A Monarch of the Waipoua Kauri Forest 15
A Remarkable Career 5
A Slogan 2829
Among the Books 2627
By Those Who Like Us 55
Change in Management of the N.Z. Railways 6
Co-operation and Goodwill 4445
Current Comments 17
Dawson Falls (photo) 32
Editorial–New Management 23
For the Children (poem) 46
Guide “Rangi” (photo) 49
Hapuawhenua Viaduct (photo) 37
Index 3
Ladies’ Page 56
London Letter 1821
Message from the General Manager to Public and Staff 4
Modern Methods in Our Workshops 2223
Notes of the Month 5051
On Rotorua's Shores 7
Our Railway Gauge 1011
Opening of the Roxburgh Line 58
Production Engineering 4243
Promotions Recorded during May 63
Railway Doings in Britain 57
Railways and Traders 25
Safety First 40
Station Gardens 1214
Steam Locomotive Holds its Own 48
Sunset on the Ongarue River 9
Theory of Combustion 3031
The Late Mr. Lowe 8
The Maori Magna Charta 16
The New Workshops (photos) 41
The Romance of the Rail 3336
To Franz Josef Glacier 6061
Tools of Steel 5253
Traffic Control 62
Variations in Traffic and Revenue 64
Wit and Humour 47

Railway Control.

“It will be necessary,” said the Prime Minister, speaking of the change in Railway control, “to make temporary arrangements to carry on until such time as the Dairy Company can see its way clear to release Mr. Sterling; but he will be consulted on all questions of administration in the interim.”