The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 12, Issue 8 (November 1, 1937)
|Among the Books||47–48|
|Editorial—The Appeal of New Zealand||7|
|Escape to Beauty and Old Adventure||25–27|
|Forgotten River and the Olivine Ice Plateau||15–16|
|General Manager's Message||8|
|Gold Mining in Central Otago||37–42|
|Hobbies for Hubbies||52–53|
|Kawhia by the Sea||21–24|
|New Zealand's Latest Locomotive||57|
|New Zealand Verse||41|
|Ngawha Hot Springs||43–45|
|On Secret Service||17–19|
|Our London Letter||29–31|
|Our Women's Section||58–60|
|Panorama of the Playground||63–64|
|The Glory of Gardens||9–13|
|Variety in Brief||62|
|Wellington By Night||56|
|Wit and Humour||61|
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Four attractive and well-tended station gardens which have won high praise from train travellers in the South Island. From top (left): Leeston, Belfast, Kaiapoi and Heathcote.