The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 4, Issue 7 (November 1, 1929)
|Workshops Apprentices’ Football Match (photos)||41||Page.|
|Big Game Fishing (photos)||49|
|By Those Who Like Us||59|
|Distinguished Railway Signal Engineer||46–47|
|Express Speeds Eighty Years Ago||60|
|Fox Glacier (photo)||32–33|
|French Railway Improvements||56|
|General Manager's Message||8|
|Our London Letter||18–21|
|Our Women's Section||51–55|
|Pictures of New Zealand Life||29–31|
|Promotions Recorded During October||62–63|
|Railway Girls on Locomotive (photo)||9|
|Riddles and Railways||24–28|
|Salmon Fishing in South Island Rivers||23|
|Suburban Train near Auckland (photo)||17|
|Suggestions and Inventions||63|
|The State Railways of India||34–40|
|The Urewera Country||42–45|
|The Way We Go||14–15|
|The “West Point”||16|
|Wattle Blossom (poem)||48|
|Wit and Humour||57|
N.Z. Railways Magazine.
The Audit Office, Wellington, N.Z., 8th April, 1929.
I hereby certify that, after investigation of the publisher's lists and other records, the average circulation of the New Zealand Railways Magazine for the 12 months ended May, 1928, is in excess of 20,000 copies per month during the whole of that period and that, during the months of February and March, 1929, the circulation has increased to over 22,500 copies.
Controller and Auditor General.