The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 3, Issue 11 (March 1, 1929)
Putting it Plainly
Putting it Plainly.
Speaking at Huntly recently the General Manager (Mr. H. H. Sterling) said that during the past three years over 70 million passengers had been carried on the railways of New Zealand and there had been no fatal accidents. “A man,” he continued, “has a far better chance of winning a first prize in a 'Tattersall's' sweepstake than of being killed on the New Zealand Railways.”
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