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The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 10, Issue 1 (April 1, 1935)

An Appreciation

An Appreciation.

From C. F. Mill ward & Co., Wanganui, to the General Manager of Railways, Wellington:—

We wish to convey to you an appreciation of the business-like way in which your Department is managing the handling of goods traffic.

As Shipping Agents, we have to deal with large quantities of cargo both import and export; frequently there are two or three ships to be attended to at the same time and the bulk of the cargo is taken from and brought to them by New Zealand Railways. A short time ago there was a particularly heavy rush, when expedition and precision were vitally necessary—any confusion would have caused a bad hold-up—but we are glad to say that the Department's officers handled the situation most effectively and there was no hitch of any kind; everything came and went on time.

We appreciate, too, the courtesy shown by the officials, to whom nothing is too much trouble.

(Railway Publicity photo.) The Buller River, South Island, New Zealand.

(Railway Publicity photo.)
The Buller River, South Island, New Zealand.