The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 10, Issue 12 (March 2, 1936)
|A Message to All Railway Servants||17|
|Among the Books||3–40|
|Catch 'Em Young||52–53|
|Man and Machine||7|
|Famous New Zealanders||19–23|
|General Manager's Message||8|
|Limited Night Entertainmetns||32–37|
|New Zealand Verse||29|
|On the Road to Anywhere||41–45|
|Our London Letter||25–27|
|Our Women's Section||57–59|
|Panorama of the Playground||60–61|
|Pictures of N.Z. Life||31|
|The Ascent of the Mt. Cook Tourist Company||13–51|
|The People of Pudding Hill||55–56|
|The Wisdom of the Maori||48|
|Variety in Brief||62|
|Wit and Humour||63|
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I hereby certify that the publisher's lists and other records disclose that the circulation of the “New Zealand Railways Magazine” has not been less than 20,000 copies each issue since July, 1930.
Deputy-Controller and Auditor-General. 23/3/35.
The Prime Minister (Hon. M. J. Savage—facing camera), with Mr. E. T. Spidy (Superintendent of Workshops) inspecting one of the new “K” locomotives under construction at the Hutt Workshops, on the occasion of the Ministerial visit on January 31st, 1936.