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Vol 22 1915/01/01 to 1915/06/25

  • Accidents. See also “ Signalling “—
  • And Steel Coaches .. ..+614
  • B.O.T. Inquiries in Public .. 150
  • Cork, Bandon A South Coast ltail- way. lvinsalc, Jan. 28 144, 1374, 390
  • Contractors and the Safety of Men+151 During 1914. U.K. .'. .. 652
  • Emergency Detonator Layers . .1495 Exaggerating Facts '.. .. 175
  • Foggy Weather Definition ..1495
  • Gnat Eastern Railway. County School Station .. .. .'.1274
  • Great Eastern Railwav. Ilford 125. *44. 1101. 120. H25, 1326, 343
  • Great Western Railway. Wantage Road. Dec. 15 . .. ..1178
  • Gretna Green Troop Train Disaster 544. *559
  • Lancashire &- Yorkshire Railway. Smithy Bridge 342,1349, 393,
  • 1494, 510
  • Leaving the Footplate .. . .1301
  • Locomotive Tender. Derailments,
  • How to Prevent .. ..1211
  • L.B. A S.C. Railway. Streatham Collision .. .. .. 120. 1274
  • Look-out Men .. .. ..1350
  • Midland A Great Central Joint Railway. Apethome Junction Collision .. .. .. ..1274
  • North British Railway. Niddrie North Collision. Nov. 28 174, 95
  • N.E. and L. & N.W. Joint Railway. Leeds New Station,
  • Feb. 15 .. .. 1350, 367
  • North-Eastern Railway. Chaloner Whin. March 18 1590, *607, 618
  • North-Eastern Railway. Littleburn, Dec. 21 .. .. 1350,366
  • North-Eastern Railway. Near York .. .. .. .. 70
  • North-Eastern Railway. Scarborough, March 17 .. .. 511
  • Pennsylvania Railway. Safety Record .. .. .. .. 321
  • Railway Servants. Statistics 12, 150, 1150, 1-301
  • Record for 1914 .. .. .. 398
  • Returns, 1914 .. .. ..1638
  • Safety First Movement 116, 93, 1541, 1614
  • Safety Methods for Permanent- way men. U.S.A. .. ..*598
  • S.E. & C.R. (Borough Market Junet.). Cannon Street and London Bridge, Nov. 10 .. 2, 19
  • Statistics, 1914 .. .. .. 125
  • Three Months’ Statistics .. . .1210
  • Train Registers .. .. ..1125
  • Trespassers will be Prosecuted.
  • U.S.A 288
  • U.S.A. Directors Blamed .. 69
  • U.S.A. Reports 1639
  • U.S.A. Reports and Statistics 273,399
  • Accounts, British Railway, for 1914 104
  • Acworth. On Railway “ Systems ”. .1117
  • Acworth. On “Two Economists on British Railways . .. . .1620
  • Acworth. Railroad Accounting. A Review 644
  • Acworth. Reviewer of Prof. Ripley’s book, “ Railways : Rates and Regulations ” . . .• • ? .. 452
  • Advertisements. See also “ Illustrations ”—
  • Carriage. Paper by Mr. Cronin.. 345
  • New Zealand Railways Decision.. 514
  • Aerial, Aeroplanes, &c. Raids.
  • Railways and Attack 26, 147), 1211
  • African Railways. See “ Correspondence ”—
  • Benguella Railway. 4-8-0 Locomotive .. .. .. ..*339
  • German East Africa .. .. 17
  • German South-West Africa 456, 549 New Trans-continental .. ..1399
  • Nyasaland Railway (Port Herald to Chindio) .. 1210. 1221, 466, 056
  • Prieska-Upington Railway Construction .. .. ..*110
  • South African Electrification .. 161 Houth African Railways. Ambulance Transport Trolley.. .. *531
  • South African Railways. Disciplinary Methods .. ..1470
  • Bouth African Railways. Estimates .. .. .. .. 346
  • African Railways (rontil.)—
  • South African Railways. Rates.. 128 South African Railways. Salt River Works. Munitions of War .. .. ..*534
  • South African Railways. Transport wagons, Ac., in the War .. *(59 Transport in Morocco .. .. 343
  • Uganda Railway. 4-8-0 Locomotive (Nasmyth, Wilson A Co., Ltd.) .. .. . .*554
  • Ambulance. See “Illustrations”— British Vehicles for the Continent*380 Caledonian Railway. Competition .. ..' .. .. 584
  • Cheshire Lines 345
  • German Organisation .. ..1327
  • Grand Trunk Railway .. .. 415
  • Great Central Railway .. .. 610
  • Great Western Railway. Results 119 Hospital Train, Princess Christian 393,
  • *429
  • Hospital Trains. Presentation by
  • Flour Millers .. .. .. t2
  • Military Train No. 14 .. .. 412
  • North British Railway. Com-
  • petition .. .. .. .. 415
  • Train for Egypt .. .. 21
  • Trains. Moving Wounded from 1245
  • Workers. North British Railway 579
  • •American (U.S.A.) Railways—-
  • Brooklyn Subway. New Cars .. 551
  • Bureau of Railway Economics .. 562
  • Central Yard at Detroit .. ..*176
  • Cheap Maintenance and Costly
  • Working .. .. ,.t350
  • Chicago, Burlington A Quincy
  • Railway. Development ..*257
  • Coal Shipping Dock. Largest ..*406
  • Conditions .. .. .. Ill
  • Conditions. English Labour
  • Leaders’Comments .. ..f352
  • Confederate States. A Memory.. +638
  • Control .. .. .. ..fl50
  • Cullen Bill. “ Biter Bit ” ..1543
  • Elevator at Philadelphia .. .. *57
  • Express Companies’ Statistics, 1914 1643
  • Facilities for Development .. 259
  • Inter-State Commerce Commission. Housing .. .. .. 322
  • Kansas City Terminal Railway Viaduct .. .. .’. ..*577
  • Locomotive Fire-box Failure . .*507
  • Locomotive Men. Demands ..1376
  • Long Island Railway .. ..*530
  • New York Central & Lake Shore Railway .. .. .. . .1401
  • New York Central Issue and the Treasury .. .. ..1246
  • New York Central Railway.
  • Classifying "Working Expenses.. 484
  • New York Underground. Fire 45, 150
  • Norfolk A Western Railway. Electrification .. .. ..1519
  • Pennsylvania Railway. Results for 1914 1353
  • Peru Marquette Railway. Sale by Auction .. .. .. • • 584
  • Position Light Signals. Pennsylvania Railway .. .. ..*478
  • Safety Methods for Trackmen . .*598
  • Secretary for Transportation ..1615
  • Signalling. North Philadelphia. .*458
  • Speculation .. .. . .+519
  • Track Improvements .. ..1518
  • Trains. Limiting Length ..1424
  • Trespassers will be Prosecuted .. 288
  • Unemployment .. .• ..1422
  • Yard, Clearing Interchange, Chicago .. .. .. • • 289
  • Asia Minor. Railway Development 262
  • Association. Railway Clerks. See also “ Employees ” .. .. 490
  • Australian Railways See “ Correspondence ”—
  • Gauge. Third Rail Proposition 548, 594
  • nvention to Overcome the Gauge Question. Letter from Mr. Cockstiott • • • • • • 594
  • lew South Wales Railway. Nepean Bridge. Typical Construction • • • • 11<9, *184
  • Queensland Railways. Comnns- ' sioner’s Tour .. • • • •
  • 'heremit Patents Suspended . . 321 itralasian Troops in Egypt .. 405 ophone System. Siemens .. 304
  • Baghdad Railway. SOP “ Turkish Railways.”
  • Ballast, Slag, Ac. Soo “ Permanentway.”
  • Beasley, A 637
  • Belgian Railways—
  • Brussels A Aix-la-Chapolle. Gorman Scheme 1613
  • From Holland to Belgium ..1422
  • German Administration .. .. 45
  • Perhaps the Most Vivid Picture. 4445 Some Facts and Berlin’s Bluff .. 173 The Future.. .. .. . .1518
  • Traffic and German Troubles . .{’274 Benevolent Institution. See" Institutions.”
  • Blizzard. In the Make of the ..1349
  • Books Reviewed. See page vii.
  • Boring machines. See “ Railway Workshops,” “ Illustrations.” Bradshaw. The Travels of.. .. 222
  • Brakes. See “ Railway Appliances,”
  • “ Locomotives.”
  • Brazilian Railways. Sec “ South American Railways.”
  • Bridges—
  • Construction Methods. F.S.A. .. 287
  • Hardinge. Lower Ganges *288. *433
  • Impact Allowance and some
  • Fallacies .. .. 1543, 547
  • Impact-Coefficients for Railway
  • Girders .. .. .. ..1404
  • Kansas City Terminal Railway
  • Viaduct .. .. .. ..*577
  • Maintenance and Motor Traffic.
  • Legal Decision .. .. ..f210
  • Metropolitan Railway. Ivilburn Road Bridge .. *161, 428, *585
  • Nepean, New South Wales Govern-
  • ment Railways .. t179, *184
  • Quebec. Rebuilding .. .. 345
  • Railway, Motor Traffic on . .1638
  • Zui-Zui, Longest in South or Central Africa .. .. *221,270
  • British Columbia Railway Development .. .. .. .. 140
  • British Railways. See also “ War "—
  • Accounts for 1914 .. .. 104
  • Agreement with the Government Revised .. .. .. ..f424
  • Amendment of Classification .. 346
  • Clerical Work and the War .. f567
  • Correspondence and Returns.
  • Reduction .. .. .. 628
  • Economy and Conditional Stops. .1543
  • Executive Committee and Easter
  • Traffics .. .. .. 1326, 342
  • Executive Committee and Prepayment of Carriage Charges . .1496
  • Facilities and State Requirements 1325
  • Federation of British Health and
  • Holiday Resorts .. .. 367
  • Future. Re pessimistic article of
  • Mr. Lawson .. .. ..1613
  • Goods Terminal Work .. 1397,1541
  • Government Control. .. ..1373
  • Government Control, References
  • made by Chairmen in their
  • Speeches.. .. 1178, 1210, 1217
  • More Capital .. .. ..514
  • Ownership during the War.
  • Question .. .. . • 97
  • Passenger Facilities Reduced . . 227
  • Re State Purchase. Economic
  • Relation of Railways to tilt'
  • Stato .. .. •• ..1376
  • Re “ Stronger Lines would Help
  • the Smaller.” A Correction '101 1183
  • Recruiting for the Colours ..1424
  • Reserve Funds .. .. ..1248
  • Results, Dividends, &c., Statistics, 1914 .. ... ..1178,1181
  • Sappers (R.E.) Fine Work . . 435
  • Shortage of Staff. An l£ye to the Future .. •• •; ..1544
  • Staff and Employees with the Colours .. .. •• ..1152
  • Stocks, Guaranteed, &c... .. 46
  • The Government, the Shareholders and the Public .. .. 128
  • Traffic Problem and Criticisms. .1152
  • Traffic Problem and the War 1180,1209
  • Two Economists on. By Mr. Acworth .. .. .. ..1620
  • War and Blinds Down .. 1445,1565
  • War and National Service ..1569
  • War Bonus for Railwaymen . ,f180 Weekly Pay Bill .. .. .. 1145
  • British Trade for British Money . 4445
  • Buenos Ayres. Sec "South American Railways.”
  • Caledonian Railway. See" Scottish Railways.”
  • Canadian Railways :—
  • Brakeman’s Gallantry .. .. 338
  • C.P.R. Big Kitchen Car.. .. 2ft
  • C.P.R. Electric Train Staff ..f327
  • C.P.R. Engineers for Imperial Service .. .. .. ..415
  • C.P.R. Steamships .. .. 292
  • Excursion Trip to Petrograd .. 187 Freight Rates .. .. 288
  • Grand Trunk Railway, New Issue 584 Grand Trunk Railway Results, Ac. t373, 392
  • Land Development by Companies f543
  • Locomotive Development
  • Men for the War
  • Ontario’s Government Railway
  • Operating Results, 1914 ..
  • Possible Economies
  • Preservation of Forests ..
  • Toronto to Wlnnepeg
  • Wages Reduction
  • Canals :—-
  • Canals and Trade ..
  • Panama
  • Panama Opening ..
  • Suez. Meeting
  • Canvassing, Competitive,
  • Capital. See “ Railway Securities.
  • Cardiff Railway. Lieut.-Col. C. S.
  • Denniss’ Paper on “ Railway
  • Facilities of Cardiff ” .. ..439
  • Cars. See “ Rolling Stock.” ” Illustrations.”
  • Suspension
  • .4517
  • Cartage Efficiency .. .. .4494
  • Catalogues. See page viil.
  • Central Argentine Railway. See “ South American Railways.” Chicago. See “ American Railways.”
  • Chilian Railways. See “ South
  • American Railways.” Chinese Railways:— Overland to Peking .. t49 Receipts and the War .. ..112 Shanghai-Nanking Railway. 4-4-2 Locomotive .4109 Shantung Railway, First.. Christmas Railway Traffic.. .. 138 .. 21 Clay Support. Theory a. Practice +75, 80 Clerks. See also “ Employees." Clip-Rail. See “ Permanent-way.” Clock, New Electric Waiting-Train,
  • at Birmingham .. .. .. 286
  • Coal :—?
  • Prices and Railway Rates .4303
  • Stacking .. .. .. .4017
  • Storing Problem .. . . .. 188
  • U.S.A. for the U.lv. Mr. Thomas’ Opinion .. .. .. .4519
  • Collision. See “ Accidents.”
  • Commission :—
  • Royal. The Railways and the State .. .. .. .. 11
  • Royal, on Railways. Suspension 121 Committee, Executive—Docks Advisory. See “ War,” “ British Railways ” .. .. .. 149, 189
  • Concerts. See “ Dinners.”
  • Concrete:—
  • Aggregates in Construction .4327
  • Ferro-Concreting .. .. ..161
  • Protecting Iron Structures .4478
  • Reinforced f423, 1302
  • Tanks, U.S.A. .. .. .4550
  • Conference under Difficulties .4471
  • Congress •
  • Indian Public Works .. .4390
  • Continental Railways :—
  • Fares and Travel. Norway .. 336 Fares and Travel. Sweden .. 454 Labour Questions.. •• .4472
  • Contracts.. 23, 47, 71. 99, 123, 207, 24 1. 271, 323, 347, 371, 394, 419, 443, 467, 491, 515, 539, 563, 587, (ill.
  • 635, 658
  • Correspondence -Our Own, and Letters to the Editor:—
  • Australian. .79,106. 354. 378, 427, 451,
  • 545, 570
  • Automatic r, Manual Block Signalling 54, 120
  • British Railways and Government Control (re " Stronger Railways would Help the Smaller”). A Correction .. .. ,.tl83
  • Canals and Trade 280
  • Chaloner Whin Derailment. Letter
  • from Mr. Bound 618
  • Combined Maintenance of Telegraph and Signalling .. .. 120
  • Curves, Steam and Water Consumption. Ac...31, 53, 78, 155, 215,
  • 402
  • Egyptian .. 70, 280, 377, 475
  • Empty Haulage and t lie Shipping Truffle .. .. .. .. 618
  • Government and t he Railways. A
  • Correction .. .. • • 183
  • Indian. .5, 130, 280, 355, 378, 426. 451, 473. 408, 523, 546. 595. 619, 642 Invention to overcome the Gauge Question in Australia .. .. 594
  • Locomotive Cab Signal. Letter from Mr. A'. L. Raven.. .. 521 Major T. H. Minshall’s Appeal. Recruits for the Roval Engineers
  • 331, 450
  • Tint sell's Patent Lighting Company, Ltd. .. .. .. 621
  • Private Owners’ Wagons. Letter from Mr. Allen, Midland Railway Carriage & Wagon Company, Ltd. .. 618,641
  • Russian .. .. 30.331,426
  • Should tlie Outdoor Locomotive Department be Under the Traffic Department .. .. .. 522
  • Signalling. Mr. Bound’s Paper.
  • Letter from U.S.A. .. .. 126
  • Some Fallacies about Impact .. 547 South African. .7, 30. 55. 106, 130, 331 402, 427, 450, 475, 497, 523, 546. 570, 594, 618.
  • South American 6, 157, 332, 354, 403, 497. 522, 547, 569, 619. 642 Stewarts A Llovds, Ltd .. ..154
  • Swiss .. .. .. .. 29
  • The Training of Engineers .. 250
  • Tube Atmosphere.. .. 53, 78
  • Couplers, Coupling. See “ Railway Appliances.”
  • Coventry Foleshill Loop Line 466
  • Crossings. See “ Permanent-way.” Crystal Palace School of Engineering.
  • Sir John Jackson’s Comments .. 439
  • D
  • Danish State Railways. Development .. .. .. .. 345
  • Demurrage Regulations .. ..+448
  • Diary of a Railway Officer .. .. 26
  • Dining Cars. See “ Rolling Stoek,”
  • “ Illustrations.”
  • Dinner:—
  • Complimentary, to Sir Herbert
  • Walker .. ' 140
  • Indian State Railways .. .. 192
  • Midland Railway, Orphanage Concert .. .. .. .. 340
  • Railway Benevolent Institution *487 Railwaymen. Abandoned .. 121
  • Discipline. See ” Employees.” Dividends. British Railways. See also “ Railway Reports” 98, 174 Docks, Harbours, Ports:—
  • Advisory Committee .. tl49, 189
  • Coal Shipping. Atlantic Coast.
  • Largest .. .. .. ..*406
  • Dry. Lake Winnipeg. .. .. 46
  • Dublin. Report .. .. .. 584
  • Falmouth. Bill .. .. ..69
  • Grimsby. New Fish .. .. 112
  • Littlehampton or Shoreham as new port for the L.B. & S.C. Railway .. .. ..t202
  • London. Congestion .. .. 321
  • London. Increased Charges .. 415 N uw Brunswick .. .. .. 98
  • Nottingham. Port Scheme .. 573 Port of London Authority. War Bouus .. .. .. .. 370
  • Port of London. New Offices . . 657 Drilling Machines. See “ illustrations,’’ " Railway Workshops.”
  • E
  • East. Coast Service. All-Steel Kitchen Cars ,. .. tl, *9, 43
  • East. The Route to. German Designs ., .. .. ,.f375
  • Easter Holidays. See " Train Services."
  • Education :—
  • Clerks, Junior. Ignorance and Carelessness of Many .. .. t543
  • Alodern Elementary. Some Typical " Howlers ” made in G.YV.R. Clerkships’ Examination 1608
  • Egyptian Railways :—
  • Khedive and the MarioUt Railway 21 Views. Australian Transport, Ambulance, Ac. .. .. 405
  • Electric Railways, Electrification,
  • Ac. Sec also “ Illustrations ”— Butte A Anaconda Electrification Results, U.8.A. .. .. ..j-447
  • C.C. Motor, R.T.ll ?US-
  • Central Argentine Railway. Motor Coach .. .. .. ..*552
  • Chicago, Milwaukee A St. Paul Railway .. t73. *81, *85
  • Firo Precautions. New York Subway Firo, Ac. 45, 50, 69
  • Croat Northern A City Railway.
  • 1st Class provided .. .'.fl77
  • Italian Development. .. ., 22
  • Melbourne Surburban Progress .. 195 Metropolitan Railway. New 1st Class Rolling Stock .. .. * 187
  • Motor Converters. Bruce Peebles
  • * Co.,.Ltd *253
  • Norfolk A Western Electrification+519 Queen’s Park Extension j-52, *63, fl43 No Londoji Electricity Scheme .. 151 South African Electrification .. 161 Steam A Electric Railway. Working Comparison .. .. .. 162
  • Switch. “ Witton ” Sectioning for Tramways .. .. .^*536
  • Tube Railways and Bombs . ,fl49
  • Tube Railways. Atmosphere 53, 78 Tube Railways. Construction and Property. L.C.C. Claim .. 562 Tube Railways. Station Lifts .. 480 Tube Railways. Wages.. .. t:!9i) Tube Railways. Women Workers 597 Underground. Gates and Air
  • Raid 121
  • Underground to Everywhere ..t469 Welding in Workshops .. 1% 121
  • Employees. See “ War.” :—
  • Accidents. Figures .. . .f301
  • American Leaders. Comments.. 352 American Locomotivemen. Demands .. .. .. ,.f376
  • Artisans. Wages.. .. . .1445
  • British Railways. War Bonus ..1180 British Railways. Weekly Pay Bill 345 Clerks. Clerical Work and the Warf567 Clerks. Re Clear W ri ting on Envelopes .. .. .. ..t543
  • Continental Railway Labour Conditions .. .. . .t472
  • Discipline. Systematic Methods 506 Discontented .. .. .. 144
  • First Duty .. .. .. .. 26
  • Friendly Society. Caledonian Railway .. .. .. 369
  • Irish Railways. War Bonus . .1349 Labour Matters .. .. f593,617
  • Modern Permanent-way Inspectorf422 N.U.R. Condit ions in the “ Shops ” 46 N.U.R. Men’s Programme .. 144 N.U.R. Presidential Address ,.f637
  • N.U.R, Report t39S
  • N.U.R, Report, 1914 .. ..653
  • Praise from Lord Claud Hamilton t209 Railwaymen and Food Prices
  • fl25, U49
  • Referendum, The Use of.. .. t3 Scottish Railways FriendlySociety 345 Shortage. An Eye to the Futuret544 Tube Railway Wages .. ..t399
  • Unwelcome Holiday .. ,.f469
  • Wages, Enginemen .. .. t27
  • Waitress, Restaurant Car.. .. *439
  • War Badges .. .. ..t245
  • War Bonus, Paying the .. ..f304
  • Woman Stationmaster .. .. 442
  • Women Booking Clerks .. ..*369
  • Women. Mersey Railway .. 585
  • Women Porters .. .. t378, 393
  • Women, School for,London, Brighton A South Coast Railway. .1565 Women Ticket Collectors, Ac. ..f327 Women Workers on the Tubes.. 597 Women Workers' Payment, Ac.
  • t301, t494
  • Engineers : —
  • Electrical, joined the Colours
  • Junior, Low Pay..
  • Training
  • Training Reminiscences of “
  • per's Hill ”
  • .. 98
  • ..138 .. f28 Coo- ..f246
  • Facts. Exaggerating .. .. .. f75
  • Fares. See “ Rates and Charges.” Farmer. London A South-Western and Sugar Beet Cult ure .. .. f 2
  • Filter. See ” Railway Appliances.” Fires. Tests with Extinguishers .. 604 Foodstuffs. Transport .. ..fl77
  • Freight. See “ Rates and Charges.” French Railways :
  • Eastern of France Results . ,f470 Guarantees.. ,. .. .. 1127
  • Iu War .. .. .. .. 159
  • Journeys during the War.. .. f27
  • Midi Railway. Results .. ..f637
  • Mobilisation and Espionage .. t25 Mont d’Or Tunnel. Opening ..t613 Orleans Railway Results.. ..1398
  • P.L.M. Improved Services .. 366
  • P.L.M. Military Traffic and Ttc*ultst541 Traffic on the Est.. .. .. 14911
  • Transport Difficulties .. .. 342
  • Fuel. See “ Locomotives.”
  • Furniture, Railways and Carriage of 85
  • Third Rail
  • Propnsi-
  • Gauge:—
  • Australian,
  • tions
  • Russian, and the War ..
  • German Railways:—
  • Bathing Train
  • Carriages, Disinfecting ..
  • Christinas Traffic ..
  • Employees
  • Malmedy-Stavelot Railway
  • Men Join the Colours
  • Military Organisation
  • Near East Railway Development 73
  • Receipts 7037
  • South-West Africa Transport
  • Work 549
  • Strategic Lines 7518
  • System and its Advantages in War 97
  • Traffic Statistics 7273
  • War Railways as a Factor. .. 87
  • What They are Doing .. ..7102
  • Women Workers .. .. ..415
  • German-made r. British-made Goods.
  • Fair at the Agricultural Hall . ,t518
  • Girders. See “ Bridges.”
  • Gloucester Railway Carriage & Wagon Company, Ltd., Hospital 442
  • Goods Shed. See “ Stations.”
  • Great Central Railway :—
  • Gowdall and Braithwell New Line 625
  • Grimsby New Fish Dock.. .. 112
  • New Capital .. .. .. 584
  • Sir Alexander Henderson's Speech
  • re War Work .. .. ..4211
  • Tank Engine. Details .. ..*222
  • Women Porters .. .. t373, *416
  • Woodhead Tunnel Improvements 652
  • Great Eastern Railway :—
  • Bureau Information, Liverpool
  • Street Station ..
  • Disused Line
  • Hostel for Sailors and Soldiers ..
  • Lord Claud Hamilton Praises Workers .. .. .. . -t209
  • Mr. Thornton on Business Opportunities .. .. .. .. 270
  • Musical Society .. .. . • 514
  • Service to the Hook of Holland.. 416
  • Unique Meeting of Staff at
  • Liverpool Street.. .. ..4541
  • Great Northern Railway. Pick-
  • fords, v. Company. Motor Traffic,
  • over Railway Bridges .. ..4638
  • Great Southern it Western Railway.
  • See “ Irish Railways.”
  • Great Western Railway :—
  • Ambulance Results
  • Clerical Staff to Offer Services to
  • Farmers
  • Clerkship Examination. Some
  • Typical “Howlers” ..
  • Employees Joined the Colours..
  • French ”, Company re Alleged
  • Overcharge of 6<f.
  • Labour Question ..
  • Motor Van
  • Restaurant Car Waitress..
  • St. David’s Station, Exeter.
  • construction
  • Savings Bank
  • “ Statutory Obligations of
  • Re-
  • . .*529
  • ..4493
  • Rail-
  • Paper by
  • 170
  • way Companies
  • Mr. F. R. E. Davis
  • Train Services Curtailed, Ac.
  • 345, 363
  • Viscount Churchill on the Sudden Stoppage of Contract Work . .4493 Wantage Road Mishap .. ‘..4178
  • Women Ticket Collectors and
  • Porters *416, *488
  • Greek Railways. Development .. 580
  • H
  • Uadflelds, Ltd. Manganese Steel
  • Crossover ..*450
  • Hospital Trains. See " Ambulance,"
  • “ Illustrations.”
  • Hump Yard. See “Yards”
  • I
  • Illustrations. See also “ Rolling Stock,” “ Locomotives." AmbulauccTrain,London A North- Western Railway .. .. 362
  • Ambulance Transport Motor Trolley, Sout h Africa .. .. 531
  • Apparatus. Lighting and llrat- iug of Railway Carriages (Still A Sons, Ltd.) .. .. .. 483
  • Autophone System. Siemens' .. 364
  • Illustrations (rnnhl.)—
  • Bakorloo. Queen’s Park Station
  • Extension—Diagram of Lines,
  • T> *c’. , a • • 52,* 02, 142
  • Berwick Station Extension, North
  • British Railway
  • Blowers, Pumps and Heaters for
  • Railway Workshops ..
  • Boring and Turning Mill. Ac
  • (Webster A Bennett, Ltd.)
  • Brit ish Ambulance Service Cars for
  • the Continent ..
  • Bureau, Information, Liverpool
  • Street Station, Great Eastern
  • Railway .. ..12
  • 428
  • 003
  • 100
  • 381
  • Car Record Ticket, Freight Ter-
  • minal Checking System .. 458
  • Cars, Passenger. Improved Con-
  • struction, U.S. A.
  • Cars, Steel, Kitchen. East Coast
  • Service tl, *9. 43
  • Central Africa Railway (Zui-Zui
  • Bridge) .. .. .. .. 220
  • Central London Railway. Man-
  • ganese Steel Crossover, Museum
  • Station .. .. .. .. 450
  • Chicago, Burlington A Quincy,
  • Low Grade Trunk Line Develop-
  • ment .. .. .. .. 257
  • Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
  • Railway. Electrification. Map,
  • Locomotives, Ac. .. .. 81
  • Clip, Patent, Quick Action (Rail-
  • way Supplies Company. Ltd).. 260
  • Coal Shipping Dock, Atlantic
  • Coast, Largest . . .. .. 400
  • Concrete Tanks, U.S.A. .. .. 550
  • Continuous ' Current Motor.
  • B.T.H. Company, Ltd... .. 387
  • Diagram. Accident at Chaloner
  • Whin, N.E. Railway .. 590, *007
  • Diagram and Curves, Steam and
  • Water Consumption per Draw-
  • bar H.P...31, 53, 78, 155, 215, 402
  • Drilling. Ac., Machines (William
  • Asquith, Ltd.) .. .. .. 64
  • Drilling and Slotting Machine.
  • Combined Frame Plate.. .. 16
  • Egyptian Railways in War .. 405
  • Elevator, at Philadelphia.. .. 57
  • Farringdon Street Station. Flood 514, 574
  • Filter, Mechanical (Mather & Platt, Ltd.) 260
  • 4-4-0 Express Engine. Great
  • Eastern Railway, Fitted with the Weir System .. .. 627
  • 4-4-0 Locomotive. Midland and
  • South-Western Junction Railway (North British Locomotive Company, Ltd.) .. -. 105
  • 4-4-2 Express Locomotive. Shanghai-Nanking Railway (North British Locomotive Company, Ltd.) *109
  • 4-6-0 Locomotive. Buenos Ayres Great Southern Railway (Beyer, Peacock A Co., Ltd.) .. .. 357
  • 4-6-2 Locomotive. New Zealand Government Railways .. .. 576
  • 4-6-4 Tank Locomotive. Manila Railway .. .. .. . - 312
  • 4-8-0 Locomotive. Bcnguella Railway (North British Locomotive Company, Ltd.).. .. .. 339
  • Ganges, Lower, Bridge .. 288*, 450
  • German Bathing Train .. .. 463
  • Great Central Railway. Details of New Tank Engine, Ac.
  • t3, 14, *15. t51, 223
  • Great Central Railway. Roll of Honour .. .. .. . - 263
  • Great Western Railway. Restaurant Car Waitress .. .. 439
  • Gretna Green, Troop Train Disaster .. .. .. .. 559
  • Hardingc Bridge Engineering
  • Staff, Ac. .. .. 433, 434
  • Hasler Revolution Circumference and Cutting Speed Indicator .. .. .v .. 628
  • Ice House, Green Bay. I .8 V. .. 500
  • Ilford Accident, Scenes after .. 46
  • Indian Railways. Bengal-Nagpur
  • Railway Volunteer Corps .. 114
  • Joint Chair, with Stuart’s Keys .. 40
  • Kansas City Terminal Railway Viaduct .. . • • • • • 577
  • Lancashire A Yorkshire Railway. Roll of Honour 263
  • Lathe Carrier, Safety .. .. 316
  • Light Signals. Position. Pennsylvania Railway .. .. 478
  • Locomotive Fire-box Failure,
  • U.S. A 507
  • Locomotive Fire-box, Water Tube,
  • U.S. A 597
  • Locomotive “ Germanic ” now
  • ” Belgic ” 633
  • Locomotive Round-house and Storehouse. Belt Railway. Chicago .. .. .. . . 291
  • Locomotive Safety Valves .. 555
  • Locomotives. South African, Various Types 282. 409. 525, 048 Locomotives. Various Typos described in Mr. Ahron's Paper .. 33
  • Illustrations {contd.)—
  • Locomotives. Various Typos.
  • South African Railways 409.282.
  • 525.
  • Rail-
  • Clork
  • 048
  • London .V North-Western
  • wav. Woman Booking
  • Soling Ticket .. .. S69
  • London A North-Western Railway ’
  • Wood-worktop Machinery no
  • London £ South-Western Rail-
  • way. Eastleigh Superheater .. 280
  • London A South-Western Rail-
  • ^Machine Tools at East-
  • leigh M orks *292, *340, *888. *484,
  • T , „ *532, *580
  • London A South-Western Railway Roll of Honour Poster .. 173 London, Brighton A South Coast Railway. Accident at Stroatham 120 London. Brighton A South Coast Railway. Electric Welding of Locomotive Parts .. ..139
  • London. Brighton A South Coast Railway. Roll of Honour .. 149 Long Island Railway. U.S.A. .. 530
  • Map. Ac.. Interchance Yard,
  • Belt Railway. Chicago .. .. 290
  • Metropolitan Railway :—
  • Escalator at Baker Street .. 256
  • 1st Class Passenger Car .. 187
  • Goods Depot at Farringdou
  • Street " ..*574
  • Finchley Road Station Recon-
  • struction 345
  • Improvements at Paddington
  • (Exterior of Pracd Street Sta-
  • tion) 219
  • Kilburn Road Bridge .. 428, 161
  • New Sub-Station. Dravton Park 315
  • North Harrow Station .. 322, 370
  • Poster : " It's a Pity to Puncture
  • the Picture ”.. .. .. 228
  • Rebuilt RoUing-stock .. . > 436
  • Roll of Honour .. .. .. 346
  • Station Board. New .. .. 489
  • Testing Kilburn Viaduct .. 585
  • M idening Layout at Wembley
  • , Park, 386
  • Mr. Argile’s Paper on “ Operation
  • of a Goods Shed ” 122, *307. 310.
  • *QQ9 3^9 *3^7
  • Motor-Car. Rail. Fitted with The
  • Thomas’ Transmission.. ..*651
  • Motor-Car. Rail, Petrol, U.S.A... 647
  • Motor Cars. Central Argentine
  • Railway Electrification .. 552
  • Motor Converters, Ac. (Bruce
  • Peebles A Co., Ltd.) .. .. 253
  • Motor Van, Thornycroft A Co.,
  • Ltd., for G.W.R.’ .. .. 136
  • New South Wales Government Railway. Bridge over the
  • Nepean River .. .. .. 184
  • North-Eastern Railway. Recruiting Displays .. * .. .. 112
  • North-Eastern Railway. Roll of Honour .. .. .. .. 654
  • Oil Cans, Seamless Steel (Jos.
  • Kaye A Sons, Ltd.) .. .. 508
  • Oil Lighter for Locomotive Fires (Armstrong A Roger’s Patent).. 460 0-6-0 Goods Engine, G.E. Railway, fitted with the Weir system .. 627 0-6-0 Goods Locomotive. North British Railway .. .. 189
  • 0-6-2 Tank Locomotive. Great Eastern Railway .. .. 254
  • 0-6-2 Tank Locomotive. Taff Vale
  • Railway .. .. .. 61
  • 0-8-0 Tank Locomotive. Egyptian State Railways. (Avonside Engine Co., Ltd.) 457
  • Padlock, Lamb’s Patent .. .. 88
  • Philippine Islands. Railway Development Map, Ac. .. 123, 163
  • Poster, “ Think 1 ” Join the Army To-day .. .. .. .. 22
  • Princess Christian Hospital Train 429 Rails. Cracks and Fissures .. 313 Retaining Walls on Soft Foundations .. .. .. ..*646
  • Rolling-stock, South Indian Railway, damaged by the Emden .. .. .. .. 137
  • Safety Methods for U.S.A. Trackmen 598
  • St. David’s Station, Exeter, G.W.R., Reconstruction .. 529
  • Scrap Heap, U.S.A 190
  • Signalling. A Review of the Art. Diagrams, ATc. 217, 281, t374, 426 1470, *479, 630 Signalling. North Philadelphia.. 458
  • Simplex Fire Extincteurs.. .. 435
  • Slag Breaking Plant, North- Eastern Railway .. .. 255
  • Slide Bar Pressures Comparison.
  • Diagrams .. .. .. 571
  • South African Railways :—
  • And Poster .. .. .. 228
  • Locomotives, Various Types .. 282, 409, 525, 648
  • Munitions of War. Salt River Works .. .. .. .. 534
  • Rail Laying. A Record ., 110
  • Some Notable Men .. 91
  • Illustrations (rotilri.)—
  • South African Hallways (cvntd.)— Transport Wagons and Naval him Mounted on Armoured
  • Train 69
  • South Midland (Warwickshire) Royal Garrison Artillery. Metropolitan Carriage, Wagon A Finance Oo„ Ltd. .. 93
  • Spring Lock-Nut, Neely Type !! 626 Station and Track Elevation at Memphis .. ,, 623
  • Stoker, Mechanical, Manna Type 481 Superheater, ” Eastleigh ” fitted to Locomotive of the L. & SVV. Railway ., ,. , _ 645
  • Superheater, Oreslcy Type, Great Northern Railway .. 311
  • Switch for Tramways. (” Wltton” r General Electric Co., Ltd.) .. 530 Testing Machine, Universal Type, 100-ton (W. & T. Avery) ' .. 39
  • Train Staff, Electric (Railway Signal Co., Ltd.) .. .. 89
  • Train Stops, Automatic Cock for.. 412 2-0-2 Locomotive, G.I.P. (Vulcan Foundry, Ltd.) .. .. 87
  • 2-6-4 Tank Locomotive, Great Central Railway f3, 15, f51, 222 2-8-0 Locomotive, Bengal-Nagpur Railway (North British Locomotive Co., Ltd.) .. .. 501
  • 2-8-2 Locomotive, Central Argentine Railway (Robert Stephenson A Co. (1914), Ltd.) .. 138
  • AVagons, High Capacity Narrow Gauge, for the Burma Mines .. 503 Wheel Boring Machine (Wm.
  • Asquith, Ltd.) 192
  • Women Ticket Collectors and Porters, Booking Clerk, 369, 416,
  • 488, 537
  • \ard, Michigan Central, at Detroit .. .. .. .. 476
  • Impact. See “ Bridges.”
  • Indicators, Train Waiting, Midland Railway .. .. ..*519
  • Inter-State Commerce Commission.
  • See “ American Railways.”
  • Italian Railways, Director-General of the State Line Resigns.. .. 136
  • Indian Public Works Department:—
  • Congress f390
  • Frequent Changes of Officials . . f302 Indian Railways:—
  • Bengal-Nagpur Railway Volunteer Corps. Group .. ..*114
  • Bengal-Nagpur Railway, 2-8-0 Locomotive (North British Locomotive Co., Ltd.) .. .. 501
  • Board Changes, Presidency f565, |590 Dinner, State Railway .. .. 192
  • East Indian Railway Sinking Fund Act .. .. .. 188
  • Finance .. .. .. .. 287
  • Great Indian Peninsula Railway Magazine .. .. .. 189
  • Hardinge Bridge Engineering Staff .. .. .. ..*434
  • Hardinge Bridge, Lower Ganges *288,
  • 433, 450
  • North-Western Railway Ambulance Trains .. .. ..*362
  • Production of War Munitions .. 639 Railwaymen with the Colours, Various Lines .. .. 144, 108
  • South Indian Railway, Rolling- stock Damaged by the Emden *137 Women Workers .. .. .. 633
  • Institutions :—
  • Civil Engineers. Examinations t-146 Civil Engineers. Paper on “ Impact Coefficient for Railway Girders ”.. .. .. .. 404
  • Civil Engineers. Paper : “ The Lateral Pressure, <fcc., of Clay and the Supporting Power of Clay Foundation ” .. 175, 80
  • Civil Engineers. Steel Rails for Electric Traction, lie Discussion .. .. .. ..f276
  • Irish Railways. Benevolent Annual Dinner .. .. .. .. 442
  • Iron and Steel. Paper on “ Sound Steel Ingots and Rails,” by Sir
  • R. A. Hadfleld f498
  • Locomotive Engineers’. Annua^ Meeting .. .. .. .. 195
  • Locomotive Engineers. Paper:
  • “ Comparison Slide-Bar Pressures ” .. .. .. t567,*571
  • Locomotive Engineers. Paper on “ Lubrication ” .. .. 321
  • Locomotive Engineers. Presidential Address .. .. 96
  • Mechanical Engineers. Paper on “ Audible and Other Cab Signals on British Railways ” .. f3, f 13
  • Mechanical Engineers. Prof. Unwin’s Remarks on “ Engineers and the War ” .. .. f421
  • Permanent-way. Annual Meeting 131 Permanent-way. Rails and Ingots, Sound Steel .. ^ .. .. 532
  • Railway Benevolent. 57th Annual Dinner. Lord Balfour of Burleigh Presided .. 442, *487
  • Institutions (rontd.)—
  • Railway Benevolent. Mr. A.
  • Roasiey, President ,. .. 657
  • Railway Benevolent. Now Year’s Day Collection .. .. ..22
  • Signal Engineers. Mr. Bound's Paper and Diseussion 216,281, 374, 426, 476, 4479, 630 Signal Engineers. Mr. Ellison's Proposed Paper.. .. ..f6I4
  • Signal Engineers. Proceedings for
  • 1014, Ac. |303
  • Irish Railways:—
  • And Banks.. .. .. ..514
  • Great Southern A Western Railway, Dispute .. .. .. 63
  • Great Southern A Western Railway, P.M.G. v. Co. Result ..489 Not under Government Control.
  • Reports .. .. .. ,.fl27
  • Train Services Reduced .. . .4493
  • War Bonus .. .. 4349, 415
  • J
  • Junctions. See “ Permanent-way.”
  • K
  • Korean Railway Progress.. .. 49
  • L
  • Lancashire A Yorkshire Railway :— Employees and the Colours .. 68
  • Goods Stations .. .. .. 488
  • School of Engineering .. .. 137
  • Land Development by Railway Companies. U.S.A. and Canada 4543 Lathes. See “ Workshops.” “ Illustrations.”
  • 136
  • 318
  • Legal:—
  • Bowers v. East Sussex Light Railway .. .. .. 127,
  • French v. Great Western Railway.
  • Re Alleged Overcharge of 6d... Glasgow A South-Western v.
  • Boyd and Forrest .. ..4102
  • Pickfords v. Great Northern Railway. Motor Traffic and Railway Bridges .. .. .. .. t638
  • Postmaster-General v. Great Southern & Western Railway 489
  • Sharpness New Docks, Ac., v. Attorney-General at the Relation of the Worcester Corporation. .4210 Lifts. See “ Railway Appliances.” Light, Lighting
  • Ambulance Train Lighting, Francef456 Efficient, of Large Open Spaces.. 109
  • Railway Carriages Apparatus. (Still A Co., Ltd.) .. ..*483
  • Light Railways :—
  • And Safety (Bowers v. East Sussex Light Railway) .. .. 4127, 136
  • Clayton-le-Moors .. .. .. 604
  • Derwent Valley Meeting.. .. 19
  • Half-Watt Lamps. Fittings .. 431 Muddle .. .. .. ..4613
  • West Sussex .. .. .. 46
  • Loads:—
  • Increasing on Railways Tracks . .4350
  • Locomotives. See also “Illustrations.”
  • Accidents due to. Lubrication Duties .. .. .. ..4301
  • Balance and Speed .. .. 507
  • Balancing .. .. .. 2474, 459
  • Baldwin Locomotive Works. 100 Engines for France .. .. 173
  • Boiler Design .. .. ..4327
  • Boiler Explosion .. .. ..4478
  • Boiler Inspection .. .. ..4423
  • Boiler Proportion .. .. .. 14
  • Boiler IVashing in Small Sheds . .4641 Boilers, Heating Surfaces.. .. 104
  • Boilers, Patching .. .. 43
  • Brake Efficiency .. .. ..4103
  • Brake Shoes Design .. . .4447
  • British Practice in 1914 .. .. 44
  • Cab Signals .. 4495, 4496
  • Cab Signals.
  • Raven
  • Cab-Signals. Question .. Canadian Development .. Curves, Steam and Water
  • Letter from V. L.
  • 521
  • . .4640 . .4447 Consumption, Ac., 31, 53, 78, 155, 215,
  • 402
  • Cylinders and Valve Gears ..4473 Department, Outdoor. Should it be Under the Traffic Department ? 522
  • Design and Superheaters .. .. 4275
  • Designs, Modern .. .. ..4471
  • Distribution of Weight .. .. 52
  • Earning Capacity .. .. ..4303
  • Economical Performance.. .. 436
  • Effective Heating Surface ..4399
  • Electric,3,000-volt,for the Chicago, Milwaukee A St. Paul Railway *81 Fan Draught .. .. ..4375
  • Fire-box Cross Stays .. ..1639
  • Fire-box Crown Plates .. .. 4639
  • Fire-box Evaporation .. -. 1127
  • Fire-box Failure, U.S.A 1103
  • Fire-box, Water Tube, U.S.A. .. *597 Foremen, Running Sheds, Training |303
  • Fuel Economy Campaign,. ..+179
  • Fuel, Pulverised .. .. .. 002
  • Heating Surfaces, Ratios.. ..f 127
  • Heating Surface Value .. ..1405
  • Horse-power of .. .. .. 40
  • H.P. Value of Steam, U.S.A. ..f 103 Increased Capacity .. .. 364
  • Inspection Methods .. ..f495
  • Journal Friction f75
  • London A North-Western Railway. A Notable Performance +51 London A North-Western Railway Changes Name “ Germanic ” to
  • “ Belgic” *633
  • Maintenance Methods .. ..f495
  • Material for Construction.. .. +519
  • Mikado Type, Increasingly Popular Type .. .. .. .. +51
  • Modem Steam .. ,. .. +75
  • Natal Government, Various Types*525 Oil Lighter for Fires (Armstrong A Roger’s Patent) .. . .*460
  • Parts, Weights +351
  • Passenger Engine Working. The Control. By Mr. Charnley .. + 55 Piece Work and Efficiency .. + 591
  • Pistons +399
  • Power of .. .. .. ..+423
  • Remarkable, U.S.A. .. ..+615
  • Riveting in Shops .. ..+275
  • Roundhouse and Storehouse,
  • Belt Railway, Chicago . .*291
  • Safety Valve, Ross Type .. .. *555
  • Shed, Running Power Equipment +3 Shop Committees .. .. 591
  • Shops, Electrification .. .. f51
  • Shops, Repair Work .. ..+351
  • .Shops, Scrap Heap Reclaiming ..*190 Slide Bar Pressure Comparison, Diagrams .. .. .. *571
  • South African Railwavs. Various Types .. .. *282, 409, 525, 648
  • Spring Failure 151
  • Springs, Testing in Shops.. ..+567
  • Steel for Forgings .. .. . .+103
  • Steel Parts, Treating .. .. 188
  • Stoker design. Essential Features +423 Stokers, Mechanical, Hanna Type *481 Stoker, Mechanical, Results .. 92
  • Superheating and Compounding. .+615 Superheating and Water Consumption .. .. .. .. +27
  • Superheater, “ Eastleigh,” London A South-Western Railway *286, *645 Superheater, “ Gresley ” Type . .*311 Superheater, Robinson’s .. 393
  • Tender Derailments .. ..+211
  • Tests, Comparative .. ..+351
  • Valve Gear. A New American
  • Type .. : + 179
  • Valves for Superheated Engines.. 554
  • Various Types, Described in Mr. Ahron’s Paper .. .. .. *33
  • 0-6-0 Goods Engine, North British Railway .. .. ..*189
  • 0-6-2 Tank Engine, Great Eastern Railway .. .. .. 254
  • 0-6-2 Tank Engine, Taff Vale Railway *61
  • 0-8-0 Tank,Egypt (Avonside Engineering Co., Ltd.) .. ..*457
  • 2-6-2 Tank Engine, G.I.P. Railway (Vulcan Foundry Ltd.) .. +87
  • 2-6-4 Locomotive, Great Central Railway and Details +3, 15, 51, 222
  • 2-8-0 Engine, Bengal-Nagpur Railway (North British Locomotive Co., Ltd.) *501
  • 2-8-2 Engine, Central Argentine Railway (Robert Stephenson & Co. (1914), Ltd. .. ..*138
  • 4-4-0 and 0-6-0 Great Eastern Railway, Fitted with the Weir System .. .. .. *627
  • 4-4-0 Engine, Midland A South- Western Junction Railway(North British Locomotive Company, Ltd) *165
  • 4-4-2 Express Shanghai-Nanking Railway (North British Locomotive Co., Ltd.) .. ..*109
  • 4-6-0 Type, Buenos Ayres Great Southern Railway (Beyer Peacock & Co., Ltd) .. ..*357
  • 4-6-2, Baldwin’s. New Zealand Government Railways .. ..*576
  • 4-6-4 Tank Locomotive, Manila Railway .. .. .. *312
  • 4-8-0 Engine, Benguella Railway (North British Locomotive Co., Ltd.) *339
  • 4-8-0 Engine, Uganda Railway (Nasmyth, Wilson A Co., Ltd.) *554
  • London A North-Western Railway:— Ambulance Train .. ..*362
  • Capital .. .. .. .. 416
  • Chalk Farm Station, Closing .. 537 Crewe, Activities and the War 49, 63 Increased Wages .. ., ., 657
  • Locomotive. A Notable Performance.. .. .. ., +pi
  • London A North-Western Railway (cotUd.)—
  • Locomotive “ Germanic ” takes name as “ Relgic ” .. . .*630
  • Superannuation Fund, A Foolish Agitation .. .. .. 561
  • Woman Booking Clerk .. . .*360
  • Wood-working Machinery ..*116
  • London A* South-Western Railway :— Complimentary Dinner to Sir Herbert Walker .. .. 140
  • Machine Tools at Eastleigh Works *202. *340, *3S0, *484. *582,* 580 Race Specials .. .. 7373, 7469
  • Rr Hampton Court Flying Junction .. .. ,.t247
  • Sir H. A. Walker on Railway Mobilisation .. .. .. 416
  • Sir Herbert Walker, Appreciation
  • of the Staff 43
  • Sugar Beet Culture Encouragement .. .. .. .. t2
  • London. Brighton & South Coast
  • Railway :—
  • Electric Welding, at Brighton
  • Works *130
  • Military Ambulance Train No.l 4.. 412 Provident Society .. .. .. 321
  • Pullman Cars .. .. ..7397
  • Roll of Honour .. .. ..*144
  • School for Railway-women . .7565
  • Southern Port Revival .. ..7302
  • 3rd Class Pullmans .. .. 416
  • Woman Ticket Collector .. . .*488
  • London School of Economics. Lord Rosebery’s Prises .. .. ..144
  • London Traffic Figures .. ..7101
  • Lost Property, Sale .. .. .. 584
  • Lure of Drink .. .. ..7446
  • M
  • Machine Tools. Seo “ Railway Workshop,” " Illustrations.”
  • Mails. Railway Transfer System in the U.S.A. .. • .. .. 345
  • Mansfield Railway, New .. .. 321
  • Manufacturing and Industrial Notes, 23 47, 71, 99, 123, 207, 241, 271, 323, 347, 371, 394, 419. 443, 467,491.
  • 515, 539, 563, 587, 611, 635, 658 Manufacturers and the War.. .. 7548
  • Maps : their Strategical Value. See also “ Illustrations ” .. . .7325
  • Meetings. See “ Railway and Other Meetings,” page viii.
  • Mersey Railway Debenture Holders 43 Metropolitan Carriage, Wagon <fc Finance Co., Ltd., Major Greigin Command of the S. M. (Warwickshire), R.G.A. .. .. *92
  • Metropolitan District Railway :— Hammersmith Widening Estimate 120 Wimbledon & Sutton Railway Bill ..60
  • Metropolitan Railway. See also
  • “ Illustrations ” :—•
  • Baker Street Escalator .. .. *256
  • Drayton Park Sub-Station . .*315
  • Farriugdon Street Station, Flood
  • *514, 574
  • Finchley Road Station .. ..*345
  • 1st Class, Moorgato Street and
  • Finsbury .. .. .. 145
  • Goods l)ep6t at Farringdon Street *574
  • Improved Train Services .. .. 370
  • ICilburn Viaduct .. *161, *428, *585
  • Layout at Wembley Park.. .. *387
  • North Harrow Station .. 322, *370
  • Paddington (Praed Street Station)
  • Improvements .. .. ..*219
  • Rebuilt Rolling Stock .. . .*436
  • Roll of Honour .. .. ..*340
  • Station Name Board, Kilburn and
  • BrondoBbury .. .. ..*489
  • War BonuB .. .. .. 270
  • War Traffic .. .. .. 270
  • Woman Booking Clerk, St. John’s
  • Debenture
  • 37
  • Wood Road
  • Mexican Railways
  • Holders
  • Midland Railway Carriage & Wagon
  • Co. Works, View of Smith’s
  • Hearths .. ., .. ..*003
  • Midland Railway :—
  • Contribution of £450 to the
  • V.M.C.A.
  • Debating Society (Derby). Law
  • as to Passenger Safety
  • Employees in the War, Souvenir..
  • Goods Shed Operation. Paper
  • read by Mr. Arglle 122, 307, 310,
  • 322, 352, *357
  • Merchandise Traffic at Stafford ..
  • Mr, Bradley’s Paper on the ” Con-
  • veyance of Exceptional Jioads ”
  • Orphanage Dinner
  • Platform Garden Competition
  • Sir Robert Allison on “ Temper-
  • ance ” .. .. ..
  • Superannuation, Election, Ac. 315, 477 Technical Training ut Derby .. 20
  • Milling Machines. See ” Illustrations.”
  • Mining Hydraulic ., .. ,.50
  • Motors, Vehicles. Sue “ Rolling- •tock.”
  • 145
  • 256
  • 96
  • 14
  • 40
  • 241
  • 340
  • 21
  • 299
  • N
  • Mumbles Ballway, one of the Oldest 36
  • Nationalisation
  • British Railways and the Supporters of the Theory .. .. ft
  • Some Objections .. .. 08
  • National Transport Service Conference .. .. .. .. 657
  • New South Wales. Railways. See “ Australian Railways.”
  • New Zealand Railways. 4-6-2 Locomotive .. .. .. ..*576
  • North British Locomotive Co., Ltd., Entertain Children .. .. 121
  • North British Railway. See “ Scottish Railways.”
  • North-Eastern Railway:—
  • Ambulaneo Men .. .. 97
  • Carville Station Altered to Wall-
  • send .. .. .. .. 321
  • Detonator Laying Machine .. 562
  • Deviation near Hull .. .. 506
  • League of Riflemen .. .. 97
  • Men and the War Funds .. .. 370
  • Mr. Vincent Raven’s Letter Re
  • Cab Signals 521
  • Munitions of War .. .. .. 442
  • Pension Society .. .. ..t477
  • Porter’s Brave Deed .. .. 46
  • Recruiting Posters .. ..*113
  • Redeemable Pref. Stock .. 1542, 562
  • Roll of Honour .. .. ..*654
  • Slag Breaking Plant .. .. *255
  • Technical Battalion .. .. 68
  • The 17th Northumberland Fusi-
  • liers (Pioneers). An Apprecia-
  • tion .. .. .. .. 174
  • Time Table, Alterations .. .. 270
  • War and Voluntary Training Corps 22 War Funds .. .. .. 584
  • Norwegian Railways. Travel and Fares .. .. .. ..1336
  • N.U.lt. See “ Employees.”
  • O
  • 011-Cans. See " Illustrations.”
  • P
  • Padlock. See. “ Illustrations.”
  • Papers Read. Sec also “ Institu-
  • tions ” :—
  • Goods Shed Operation, by Mr.
  • Argile 122, *307. 310, *332, 352, *357
  • Lieut.-Col. 0. S. Denniss on “ The
  • Facilities at Cardiff ” . . . . 430
  • Statutory Obligations of Railway
  • Companies. By Mr. F. R. E.
  • Davis .. .. .. .. 170
  • Waste of Time in Reading Printed
  • Matter in D.S.A. .. ..1127
  • Parliamentary Notes :—
  • Availability of Railway Tickets .. 262
  • Bonus to Railway Servants .. 262
  • Caledonian Railway .. ..415
  • Coal Freights . . . . 206, 535
  • German Trucks in Italy and Swit-
  • zerland .. .. .. .. 240
  • Great Eastern Railway .. 295, 632
  • Great North of Scotland .. .. 393
  • Japan and Railway Concessions In
  • China .. .. .. ..511
  • London A North-Western Railway
  • (Redeemable Stock), Bill .. 535
  • London Electric Railways (Facili-
  • ties) .. .. 440, 535, 632
  • Mersey Railway .. .. .. 464
  • Metropolitan District Railway .. 296
  • New Kailway Works .. .. 126
  • Nottingham Corporation (Trent
  • Navigation Transfer) Bill 262, 319,
  • 655
  • 560
  • 440
  • Questions in Parliament 204, 296,
  • 319, 440, 464, 486, 513,536, 560,
  • 606, 632, 655
  • Railways amt Racing .. .. 240
  • Royal Assent to Acts Relating to
  • Caledonian Railway, Great Cen-
  • tral Railway, London, Chatham
  • A Dover Railway and Mersey
  • Railway
  • Seaforth & Hefton Junction Rail-
  • way
  • Session 1015. Bills Presented.
  • Railway Capital Powers 11. 26
  • Treasury Capital Clause .. ,, 296
  • Variation of Agreement .. 262, 206
  • Volunteer Training Corps and
  • Railway t ures .. .. .. ,r> 12
  • War Bonus and Irish Railways., 512
  • Worksop A Bawtry KalBvay
  • 440, 464, 404
  • Passengers:
  • Baggage for the Continent .. 122 Continental. Inspection, Fares,
  • tie 22,336,454
  • Engine Working. Thu Control.
  • By Mr. Charuley .. .. f56
  • Fares. Cheap and the War ..1209 Great Northern A City Railway.
  • 1st Class Provided .. ..1177
  • Law as to Safety. Paper Read.. 96 Platform Tickets. Complaints ..1177 Tlekets. New inter-’availability 1245 Truitts, lheroused Cost, U.8.A.. .1319
  • Permanent-way :—
  • American Improvements ..+639
  • American. No Expense Spared on Maintenance .. .. .. 361
  • American Track Improvements .. +518 Clip, Quick Action for Securing Railway Points .. .. *260, 350
  • Crossover. Manganese Steel ..*456
  • Increasing Wheel Loads on 350, +375
  • Junctions, Flying. Less Necessity .. +247
  • Maintenance under present Conditions .. ,. .. ..+638
  • Modern Permanent-way Inspector +422 Plant for Slag Breaking .. .. *255
  • Platelayers and Track Circuits . .+643
  • Quarters for Men. A Suggestion ISO Rail Curves. Lubricating ..+543
  • Kail Joint. Chair Patent .. .. 40
  • Kail, Manganese, Layout. A Correction .. .. .. .. 20
  • Rail Steel for Electric Traction.
  • Re Discussion at the Inst.C.E. 276 Rail Steel. Improving Manufacture .. .. .. .. 218
  • Rails. Canadian for U.S.A. Railways .. .. .. .. 573
  • Rails. Finishing Temperature .. 2S1 Rails, Internal Transverse Cracks and Fissures .. .. .. + 313
  • Rails. Sound Steel Ingots ..+40S
  • Railometer. W. T. Avery, Ltd. 256 Re Railway Crossings .. .. 167
  • Retaining Walls. Economical ..+500 Retaining Walls on Soft Founds tions, U.S.A. .. .. .. t. Hi
  • Sleepers. Mechanical. Wear of +151 Sleepers, Steel. U.S.A. .. .. + 126
  • Sleepers, Wood and Steel in the
  • War t2o
  • U.S.A. Cheap Maintenance and Costly Working .. ..+850
  • Philippine Islands Railway Development *133, *163
  • Pintsch's Patent Lighting Co., Ltd. 521 Port of London. See “ Docks.”
  • Pumps. See also " Illustrations,'
  • “ Railway Appliances.”
  • Q
  • Queensland Railways. See " Australian Railways,” ” Correspondence.”
  • R
  • Race Specials. See “ Train Services."
  • Railroad Account ing .. .. 644
  • Rails. See ” Permanent-way."
  • Railway it Canal Commission .. 480 Anglo-Am riean Oil Co., Ltd., r. Caledonian and North British Railways.. .. .. .. 654
  • Postmaster-General r. Belfast it County Down Railway.. .. 560
  • Sittings in 1014 .. .1 _ .. 411
  • Tralford Park Co. v. Cheshire Lines Committee it iMidlaml Railway 480,
  • 631, 054
  • Railway and Other Meetings, Prospective 174, 205, 240, 342, 366, 300, 420, 430. 468, 401, 611, 504, 588, 606 Railway Appliances. Seu also ” II lust rat Ions " :—
  • Brake Blocks .. ., .. 026
  • Brake Control of Trains .. .. +275
  • Brakes in I lie C.S \ . . . I(>30
  • Couplers. Championship, 20 Wagons Coupled in 1 min.
  • 13J secs. ,. ,. ., .. 303
  • Cranes, Automatic Signals ..+638
  • Filter Self-Contained, Mather it
  • Platfc'S *260
  • J-Watt Lamos, Fittings .. .. 431
  • Ussier Revolution, Circumference and Cutting Speed Indicator ..*628 Lifts at-Tube Stations ,. ,. 4S0
  • till Can Steel Patent, Seamless ..*508 Petrol Motor Pumps, llattleld i letlgn .. .. .102
  • Uallometer, Morris Patent. W.d T.
  • ivery, Ltd. .. .. 236
  • ” Simplex ” Chemical Fire Kx- tincteur .. .. ,.*435
  • Spring Lock Nut., Neely Type . .*626 Railway Capital. War and Speculative American Shares .. .. 510
  • Railway Export Table 206, 538, 000 Railway Lectures and Debates 43,
  • 304, 401
  • Railway Securities:—
  • Income Tax ., . . ..40
  • Influence of the War on Capital Expenditure .. .. , .+44.8
  • Stock Exchange and the War .. 77
  • Stock Exchange Conditions +32S, +37 l Railway Workshops. See also
  • "illustrations”: ?
  • Blowers, Pumps and Healers ,.*603 Committees .. .. ..+501
  • Railway Workshops {ennui.)—
  • Cranes, Automatic Signals for . t638
  • Electric Power .. ? \,
  • Electric Welding .. "
  • Machine Too1 Exhibition, Date to
  • .. H6
  • ..1591
  • Eqillp-
  • .. |3
  • be Held
  • Piece Work and Efficiency
  • Running Shed. Power'
  • rnent.
  • Railways:—
  • llow the small Lines Help
  • Military Importance
  • The Fascination of
  • Rates and Charges :—
  • Cheap Fares and the Public
  • Fares. Cheap and the War
  • Freight Terminal. Car Checking
  • System
  • Higher. Irish'and Scottish Railways 490
  • Prepayment and the Railway Executive Committee .. . .ttfltt
  • Prices and the Railways .. ..
  • Re Prof. Ripley's Book " Railway
  • tlOl, 183 . .U77 ..7421
  • .. 7375
  • . -7209
  • Rates ami Regulations," by W. M. Acworth .. .. 452 ** S, to S." Traffic ..7409 Scottish Railways.. .. 97 South African Railways .. .. t2S eferendum, The Use of .. 73 Rc
  • Reports. See “ Railway and Other
  • Reports," page viii
  • Retaining Walls on Soft Founda-
  • tions, U.S.A. *816
  • Rhymney Railway Employees and the War .... ’.. .. 97
  • Rivers, Wide. The Crossing .. 318
  • Roads. New for Old. How they will Affect Transportation ..1150
  • Rolling-stock. See also " Illustra
  • tions ”:—
  • Ambulance Vehicles, British Railways .. .. .. . ,*3S0
  • Armoured Trains in Action .. 247 Brake Control of Trains .. .. 275
  • Brooklyn Subway, New ,, 551
  • Car, Freight Terminal, Checking System .. ., .. .. 453
  • Cars, Accumulator. Nowise .,7302 Cars, Dock, Self-Propelling, V S..\. 400 Cars, Freight. A Standard Homo
  • Route Card, U.S.A 527
  • Cars, Kitchen. All-Steel. East Const Service .. tl. *9, 43
  • Car, Kitchen. Canadian Pacific Railway .. .. ..20
  • Carriages. Herman. Disinfecting. .7544 1 tilling Cars, Withdrawals ..7398 Journal Friction .. .. .. t"5
  • Motor-Car, Rail Fitted with the Thomas Transmission. New Zealand Government Railways *051 Motor-Car. Rail, Petrol, U.S.A... *047
  • Motor Van, U.W.lt *188
  • Motor Vehicles, Running Cost .. 202 Private Owners' .. .. . .7135
  • Pullman Cars, L.B. A S.C. Railway .. .. .. ..*397
  • South Indian Railway Damaged by the Rmiien .. .. . .*137
  • Steel Cars Only for the New York Underground .. .. ..70
  • Steel Coaches anil Accidents . .7014 Wagon Exchange, Europe ..7345 Wagons, Coupling Record. 20
  • wagons in I min. 13} sees. .. 398
  • Wagons, Full Loads .. (27, 7-7.*
  • Wagon Loading, New and Old Style. Midland Railway ..*359
  • Wagons, Pooling .. .. 7135,7311
  • Wagons, Private Owners' and Defective Material 7591,018,041 Russian Railways :
  • And Strategy .. .. . .7840
  • Developments of New Lines, Ac.
  • 349, 580
  • Gauge, Strategic importance .. 423 Kcm to Kola Line .. 200 Knitting Curs .. ,. .. 21 New Route .. 135 Overland to Peking ..7 49 Trade Routes . . 310 Train Wreck Due to Treason .. 21 Wagon Orders .. 507 Waterways Development.. .. 455 s
  • Safety. See “ Accidents."
  • Scottish Railways :
  • Caledonian Railway Adopts Train Control for Shunting Trains .7508 Caledonian Railway Friendly
  • Society 321
  • Caledonian Railway. New Works Proposed .. .. ,. 205
  • Glasgow A South-Western Railway e. Boyd A Forrest.. ,.fl02
  • North British Railway. Berwick station Extensions ., ..*138
  • Rail and Steamer Rates .. 97
  • Servants and Friendly Societv . 502 Scrap Heap, Reclaiming, CSV * See also Locomotives . *190, 028
  • Sculpture In Railway* 331
  • Shunting. See also ” Signalling."
  • signalling. Sec also " Accidents,”
  • *' Illustrations ”:—
  • A Case for Look and Block .. . 4274
  • A Review of the Art and Some
  • Surest ions Mr. Bound’s Taper
  • and Discussion *216.t246,*2si .+374.
  • t426. t470, t479, t«30
  • All Elect ric or Electro-Vneumat ic + 275
  • And Flying Junctions .. .4247
  • Automatic. N.E. Railway. Mr.
  • Ellison’s Proposed Paper . • +6'4
  • Automatic Train Stops ..
  • “ Bakerloo.” Queen’s Park
  • tension Improvement s
  • Automatic v. Manual Block
  • Block Sisrual Board • • ,
  • Block System Arrangement
  • Block Svstem, V.S.A. • ?
  • Cab, Locomotive. Letter from Mr.
  • V. L. Raven
  • Cab. Locomotive.
  • Cab. Locomotive
  • the Iust.M.E.
  • Cab. Locomotive.
  • French System
  • , Discussion at
  • ..t3, 13,
  • Besetting. Ac. t495,
  • 496
  • Caledonian Railway Adopts Train
  • Control for Shunting Trains . .T»66
  • Canadian Pacific Railway Electric _
  • Train Staff .. •• . 4S2<
  • Combined Maintenance of Tele-
  • phone and Signals .. 129, t56b
  • Detonator Laying Machine
  • Emergency Detonators
  • Flagmen Protection
  • Flashlight on the Boston
  • Maine
  • Fog Block, Automatic t’
  • Block Signalling
  • Manual
  • .4102
  • In Falling Snow .. .4101
  • Institution of Signal Engineers, Proceedings, 1914 .. • 4303
  • Interlocking Mechanical Development- .. .. • • - •
  • Joint Plants. Apportioning Costs 128 Lamps. Long-Burning .. .4566
  • Light Signals .. . • t303. T A71
  • Light Signals. Position Pennsylvania Railway .. . • • - 478
  • Lock and Block .. .. •• t'®
  • Locomotive Cab Question , . 4540 Movable Crossing Chaloner W bin Accident .. . - 1590, 601
  • Must Fit Traffic ,461b
  • New York Subway, Speed Control f221 Nomenclature .. -4614
  • North Philadelphia ... •• 458
  • Protection of Shunted Trains .4568 Re-opening a Contract, U.S.A. .4150 Revolutionary Proposition .4212 Route Levers. Re Mr. Bound’s Paper ... .. .. .4246
  • Running Against. Direction of Traffic .. .. •• .4351
  • “ Safety First ” Movement Progress .. .. -• ••1'276
  • Some Statistics .. .. • •
  • Three-Position .. .. .4446
  • Track Circuits and Platelayers . 4543 Train Despatching .. • • 103
  • Train Staff, Electrical .. • • *89
  • Train Waiting Indicators, Midland Railway .. .. -4519
  • Undeveloped System .4150
  • Upwardly Inclined Signal Arm .. 1446 What is an Obstruction ? .. . 4590
  • Sleepers. See “ Permanent-way.”
  • South American Railways
  • Antofagasta Railway Dividend t567 Argentine Railway Co.’s Affairs.. 70
  • Argentine Railways and Municipal Taxation .. .. -4494
  • Bolivian Railway Survey, Breach of Contract Action .. ? • 70
  • Brazilian Railways Development 606 Brazilian Railways, Results, Ac.
  • 68, f74
  • Brazil Railway Co. Receivership.. 657 Buenos Ayres Great Southern Railway, Staff Joined the Colours 20 Buenos Ayres Western Railway.
  • New Capital .. .. .. 489
  • Central Argentine Railway, Electric Rolling-stock .. . 4553
  • Central Argentine Railway, New Issue .. .. • • • • 466
  • Central Argentine Railway. Staff,
  • Ac., with the Colours 68, 345
  • Central Argentine Railway. 2-8-2 Locomotive .. .. •• 138
  • Great Western Railway, Brazil.
  • Results, Ac 415, t589
  • Great Western Railway, Brazil.
  • Staff Joined the Colours, Ac. .. 583 Nitrate Railways, Shares left in Belgium .. ... .. 321
  • South-Eastern A Chatham Railway :— Accident, Borough Market Junction, Nov. 10 .. .. +2.19
  • Deptford Railway Station, Closing 527 Spanish Railways:—
  • Rates Question .. .. .. 363
  • Traffic. Effects of the War .. 21
  • Speed. Control .. .. .4221
  • Stations:—
  • Aberdeen New7 Joint. Mr. James Lowsou’s Descript ion .. ..241
  • Accurate Plans .. .. .4422
  • Baker Street. Metropolitan Railway Improvements .. ..*256
  • Berwick, Nortli British Railway Extension .. .. 299, *428
  • Oarville Changed to Wall send .. 321 Finchley Road. Metropolitan Railway .. .. ..*345
  • Goods Dep6t. Working in War Time ... .. .. .. 379
  • Goods Shed Operation. Paper by
  • T. K. Argile 122, 307, *310, 332, 352,
  • *357
  • Goods Terminal Work and Return of Empties .. 595, f615, 618
  • Goods Terminal Work and the War .. .. .. ,.t517
  • Kano .. .. .. .. 490
  • Kilburn & Brondesbury, Metropolitan .. .. .. ..*489
  • Memphis. New Illinois Central
  • Line *623
  • Museum. Central London .. 456 North Harrow Metropolitan 322, 370 Praed Street, Metropolitan Railway. Improvements ..*219
  • St. David’s, Exeter. Reconstruction .. .. .. ..*529
  • Sub-Station, Drayton Park, Metropolitan Railway .. ..*315
  • Terminal Congestion and Traffic Regulations .. .. ..f591
  • Train Reporting Boards. A Suggestion .. .. .. ..t'374
  • Tube, Re-Naming .. .. .. 514
  • Underground, New .. .. 610
  • Victoria, Sheffield. Platform Tickets, Complaints .. ..|177
  • Vict oria, Queen’s Visit .. .. 369
  • Steel, Factors in Hardening.. .. f566
  • Stewarts & Lloyd’s, Ltd. .. .. 154
  • Stock Exchange (Railway Securities) and War Conditions .. ..t328
  • Stokers. See “ Locomotives.” Strawberry Traffic and the War . .f589 Strikes :—
  • At Nine Elms .. .. .. 205
  • Dublin ... .. .. .. 634
  • Mr. Thomas’ Address .. .. 585
  • Students in Railway Business . ,f592
  • Superheater. See “ Locomotives.” Supplement Plate. See also “ Illustrations.”
  • Map, Profile and Plan, Interchange Yard. The Belt Railway of
  • Chicago .. .. .. .. 290
  • Swedish Railways:—
  • Fares and Travel .. .. .. 454
  • Transport Facilities to Stockholm 20
  • Swiss Railways. Problem ,.t589
  • Taff Vale Railway. 0-6-2 Tank Locomotive .. .. .. .. *61
  • Terminal. See also “ Stations.”
  • Testing Machines. See “ Illustrations.”
  • Tickets. See “ Passengers.”
  • Tidiness v. Order .. .. ..f375
  • Traffic. See “ Train Services ” :—
  • Goods Terminal Work and Return of Empties 517, 541, t614, 618 London Figures .. .. . .flOl
  • Problem and Criticisms .. ..152
  • Shipping and Empty Haulage 595, 618 War and the Railways .. . .fl02
  • Traffic and Shares Table :—
  • British : 70, 98,175, 206, 241, 270, 346, 369, 394, 443, 466, 490, 513, 538, 562, 585, 611, 634, 658 Foreign : 24, 48, 71, 100, 124, 148, 176 208, 242, 272, 300, 324, 348, 372, 395, 420,444, 467, 492, 516, 540, 564, 588, 612, 636, 660
  • Train Control. See “ Signalling.”
  • Train Despatching. See “ Signalling.”
  • Train Services :—
  • British Passenger. Economy and Conditional Stops .. ..f543
  • Carriage of Furniture .. .. t85
  • Easter Holiday Arrangements f362, 342 Food-stuffs, Conveyance .. .. 1177
  • Goods Terminal Work and the War
  • t517, 541, 595, 614, 618 London-Paris Sunday Servce, Ac.
  • 173, 205
  • Passenger Facilities Reduced .. 227 Passenger, Increased Cost, U.S.A. 319 Passenger, Reduced. The Economic Advantages .. ..f209
  • Race Specials .. .. .. f469
  • Reporting Boards, a Suggestion. . t374
  • “ S. to S.” Traffic f469
  • Summer. Effects of the War ..{566 Time Tables. What the Kaiser thinks of them .. .. 69
  • Tranships. Handling .. .. 549
  • U.S.A. A Standard Home Route Card for Feright Cars .. .. f 527
  • Wait-Order Traffic. Suspension during the War .. .. .. f74
  • Tramways:—
  • Traffies and Profits .. ..tl26
  • “ Witton ” Sectioning Switch .. |556
  • Tranships. See “ Train Services."
  • “ Electric
  • Tube Railways. Sec
  • Railways.”
  • Tunnels: —
  • Channel Scheme .. .. .. t74
  • Mont d’Or, Opening .. . . f518
  • Ventilation .. .. .,fl25
  • Woodhead, Improvements, G.C.R. 652 Turkish Railways :—
  • Baghdad Railway +101. t447. t365 Baghdad Railway. Re Sir Edwin Pears’Lecture .. .. .,t339
  • Importance to German Strategy. .tl79 Smyrna-Aidin Railway .. .. +325
  • U
  • Underground Railways. See “ Elec-
  • tric Railways.” “ Illustrations."
  • Valtes. See “ Locomotives.”
  • Illustrations,”
  • On
  • Wagons. See
  • “ Rolling-stock
  • Waiting-rooms for Soldiers
  • Leave and Very Cold ”
  • War, European :—
  • And Prench Railways .. .. 159
  • And Goods Terminal Work t517, 541,
  • 595, 614, 618
  • Armoured Trains in Action, Ac.
  • t247, f397
  • Badges for Railwaymcn .. . ,f245
  • Bonus, Paying the.. .. .. f304
  • British Manufacturers and the
  • War 548
  • British Railwayman Joined the
  • Colours .. .. .. 97,152
  • British Railways and Government
  • Control. Chairmen’s Speeches
  • at the Meetings of the Com-
  • panies .. .. fl78, f210, f247
  • British Railways and Government
  • Control (Re Stronger Railways
  • to Help the Smaller). A Cor-
  • rection .. .. .. +101, flS3
  • British Railways and the Govern-
  • ment. Agreement Revised ..f424
  • British Railways and the National-
  • isation Theory .. .. .. f5
  • British Railways, Control . .f373
  • British Railways. Executive Com-
  • mittee on Home Defence f326, 342
  • British Railways. Lowering the
  • Blinds .. .. .. 445, f565
  • British Railways, Ownership
  • Question
  • Buenos Ayres Great Southern
  • Railway. Staff Joined the
  • Colours ..
  • Cardiff Railway Employees
  • Central Argentine Railway Staff,
  • Ac., with the Colours .. 68, 345
  • Competitive Canvassing, Sus-
  • pension .. .. ..t»17
  • Continental Passenger Inspection 22
  • Correspondence and Returns. Re-
  • duction in the Railway Offices.. 628
  • Food Prices and Railwayman 125,1149
  • Fortresses and Railways .. . .f273
  • German Military Train Collision.. 361
  • German Railway Organisation . . t355
  • Great Western Railway men with
  • the Colours
  • Great Western Railway of Brazil,
  • List of the Staff Joined the
  • Colours
  • Headquarters at Saltley Works.
  • South Midland (Warwickshire)
  • lt.G.A
  • Hospital Fund, Midland Railway o84
  • India and the Production of Muni-
  • . tious t639
  • Indian Railwaymen with the
  • Colours .. .. • • 1°8> 144
  • Inliuence on Capital Expenditure 448
  • King and Queen’s Visit to Railway
  • Station Buffet ..
  • Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway.
  • Employees and the Colours . • Large Goods Depot Working . .13/9 London, Brighton A South Coast Railway. Roll of Honour .. 53< Lord Claud Hamilton on Railways and the War .. • • .. 227
  • Major!'. H. Mmshall, R.E., Appeal for Recruits, Royal Engineers
  • 331, 4o0
  • Midland Railway. Employees’ Souvenir .. • • • • .
  • Military and Civil Co-operation . • 1349 Military Importance of Railways 17/ Military Traffic on the Kst. . -t493 Moving the wounded by 1 rain : of Interest .. •• ••t?45
  • National Shell Factory, Leeds .. all
  • New Loan .. .. .. .. 657
  • North-Eastern Railway Roll of Honour .. .. .. .. *654
  • North-Eastern Railway. 17th Xort humberland Fusiliers (Pioneers) .. .. .. 74
  • " On Leave and Very Cold ‘‘—a Soldier’s Letter .. .. .. tl 40
  • Passenger Permits for Holland .. 263 Passes for Naval Men .. .. 21
  • Port of London Men Joined the Colours .. .. .. .. 400
  • Poster : “ Think I ” .. .. 22
  • Rail Power and Sea Power. Ac.
  • tl79. 2S1
  • Railway Base to the Front .. t'27:! Railway Conference under Difficulties .. .. .. ,.t47L
  • Railway Employees and Staff.
  • Praise from Chairmen tl78,t2l0. 247 Railway Executive Committee.
  • (roods Terminal Work +397. +541 Railway Facilities and State Requirements .. .. ..+325
  • Railway Fares and Soldiers .. 200
  • Railwaymen and Enlistment .. +22
  • Railwaymen. Bonus .. ..+212
  • Railway .Mobilization and Espionage .. .. .. .. +25
  • Railways and Nationni Service . .+560 Railways and Strategy .. ..+246
  • Railway Sappers’ Fine Work . .+4+5
  • Railway to the Trenches .. . .+.’>01
  • Railway Traffic Problems +180, +200 Railways and Aerial Attacks
  • +20. +211. +471 Railways as a Factor .. .. 87
  • Recruiting and Railway Staffs
  • +424. +580
  • Roll of Honour. Metropolitan Railway .. .. .. ..*346
  • Route to the East. German l)osigtis+375 Royal Commission as to the Railways and the State, Postponement .. .. .. +1
  • Some Military Movements ..+246
  • Stock Exchange Re-opening .. 77
  • The Lure of Drink.. .. ..+446
  • Transport Difficulties in France.. 342 Troop Trains Passing Loops .. +40
  • Wait Order Traffic, Suspension .. +7 4 Women Railway Workers. +301, +327, *369, +373, *416, 442, *488. +401, *537, 565, 585, 593, 597 Wounded Soldiers and Railway Comforts .. .. .. + 178
  • Zeppelin Raids and Railway Liability.. .. .. ..+614
  • Workshops. See “Railway Workshops,” “ Illustrations.”
  • Yards :—
  • Central at Detroit .. .. ..*476
  • Clearing Interchange, Chicago ..+289 Mump, Operation .. .. .. 458
  • Y.M.C.A. Social Centres for the Wounded .. .. .. .. + 178
  • Zeppelin. See “ War.”

PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED.

  • Engineering Problems .. ..641
  • Glasgow Commercial Year Book .. 545
  • Urent Western Railway Engines, 1914 306
  • History and Economics of Transport 620 Law of Carriage by Railway 129, 401
  • Locomotive Engineers' Pocket Book 105
  • Manual of Argentine Railways, 1915, 279, 377
  • Modern Boiler Room Practice A Smoke Abatements .. ..641
  • North Eastern Railway, Its Rise and Development .. .. .. 105
  • Permanent Way .. .. .. 603
  • Proceedings of the American Railway Association .. .. .. 154
  • Railroad Accounting .. .. 521
  • Railroads—Finance and Organisation .. .. .. .. 330, 452
  • Railway and Canal Traffic Cases io5, 425 Railway Library, 1913 .. .. 5
  • Railway Year Book, 1916 .. .. 425
  • South American Year Book, 1915.. 154 Streets’ Newspaper Directory, 1915 279 Valuations : A Text-book on Valuation applied to the Sale and Purchase of Freehold, Lifehold, Copy-hold, and Leasehold Property, Ac. 449
  • War and the Parting of tile Ways. . 330
  • WilliDg's Press Uuide .. ,. 105

TRADE PUBLICATIONS: CATALOGUES.

  • Avon Tndia Rubber Company, Ltd. 425 Bartholomew A Co.. J. .. .. 5
  • British Aluminium Company, Ltd... 5
  • British Thomson-Houston Company,
  • Ltd 29. 53. 279
  • Bruce, Peebles A Co., Ltd. .. .. 129
  • Cammed. Laird A Co.. Ltd.. . .. 5
  • Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company. . 53
  • Citroen Gear Company .. .. 330
  • Coles. Ltd., Henry J. .. .. 473
  • Commercial Cable Company .. 29
  • Denison & Son, Ltd.. Samuel .. 29
  • Engineering Standards Committee (Steel Fishplates) .. . . • • 105
  • General Electric Company, Ltd. 129, 473 Gilman. F. .. .. .. 53
  • Great Northern Railway .. 279, 331
  • Great North of Scotland Railway (Booklet) 425
  • Great Western Railway .. •• 105
  • Balden A Co., Ltd., J.' .. •• 5
  • Hatt. W. K. (Flood Protection in Indiana) .. .. .. • • 279
  • Hazell’s Annual, 1915 .. .. 29
  • Herbert, Alfred. Ltd. .. . .5, 78
  • King & Co.. Ltd—“ Science and Industry ” .. .. .. .. 183
  • Lake, Sisson A Brown .. .. 29
  • London A North-Western Railway Posters .. .. .. .. 330
  • London A South-Western Railway Magazine .. .. .. .. 377
  • London General Omnibus Company, Ltd. ..473
  • Machine Tool and Engineering Association .. .. • • 377
  • Merry weather it Sons. Ltd. (Calendar 1915) .. 5
  • Pickering. R. V.. A Co., Ltd. .. 78
  • Portpatrick A Wigtownshire Railway .. .. .. .. •• 641
  • Reyrolle, A.. A Co.. Ltd 129
  • Samuelson A Co., Ltd. .. ..214
  • Siemens Bros. Dynamo Works. Ltd. 569
  • Stanford, E.. Ltd.. Railway Maps 183, 569
  • Stokes. Wilfrid—“ How to Pay for the War ” .. 1_29
  • Underground Railways—Posters 279, 449. 593
  • Union of South Africa Railways .. 279
  • Wakefield, C. C., & Co —Mechanical Lubricators.. .. .. •• 353
  • Western Australian Government Railways .. .. •• •• 2<9
  • Westinghouse Brake Company 29, 449
  • Whitehead, Morris & Co.. Ltd. .. 195
  • Wirral Railway .. .. ..641

RAILWAY AND OTHER MEETINGS.

  • Alexandra (Newport and South
  • Wales) Docks A Railway ..
  • Antofagasta (Chili) A Bolivia Railway .. .. • - • -
  • Barry Railway
  • Belfast A County Down Railway ..
  • Bengal A North-Western Railway..
  • Bengal Dooars Railway
  • Bever, Peacock A Co.. Ltd
  • Bilbao River A Cantabrian Railway
  • Bombay, Baroda A Central India
  • Railway
  • British Bank of Northern Commerce,
  • Ltd -•
  • British Tabulating Machine Co., Ltd.
  • Cal.-donian Railway
  • Callander A Oban Railway
  • Cambrian Railways
  • Camm 11 Laird A Co.. Ltd.
  • Central London Railway Company
  • City A South London Railway ..
  • Colombia Railways and Navigation
  • Cork. Bandon A South Coast Rail-
  • way
  • Demerara Railway
  • Derwent Valley Light Railway ..
  • Dublin A South-Eastern Railway..
  • Farm ss Railway ....
  • Glasgow A South-Western Railway
  • Grand Trunk Railway Company of
  • Canada
  • Great Central Railway
  • Great Eastern Railway
  • Great Indian Peninsula Railway
  • Great Northern Railway ..
  • Great Northern Railway (Ireland)..
  • Great North of Scotland Railway .
  • Gr at Southern A Western Railway
  • Great Western of Braid Railway ..
  • Western Railway
  • . Railway .. -- - ?
  • , the Mnn’i Guaranteed Stab
  • , j Company Ltd.
  • fltnsi y Railway ..
  • “ : Central Railway
  • It. LM
  • • a York- Lire Railway .
  • Co tUd >
  • Ran*ay t* Ltd
  • Liskrard Looe Railway .. .. 297
  • Liverpool Overhead Railway .. 231 London <£ North-Western Railway 264 London A- South-Western Railway. . 229 London. Brighton & South Coast Railway .. .. .. .. 230
  • London, Chatham A- Dover Railway 199 London. City <fe Midland Bank, Ltd. 145 London Electric Railway .. . . 203
  • Londonderry A Lough Swilly Railway .. .. ..
  • London General Omnibus Co., Ltd. 204 Madras & Southern Mahratta Rail
  • way 632
  • Manchester Ship Canal .. 268
  • Maryport A Carlisle Railway 996
  • Mather A Platt, Ltd. • "267
  • Mersey Railway .. . . ' 233
  • Metropolitan Carriage, WaCTon A
  • Finance Co., Ltd 0 ..561
  • Metropolitan District Railway !! 203
  • Metropolitan Railway .. .. 238
  • Midland Great Western Railway .. 233
  • Midland Railway .. .. . ’ 229
  • National Provincial Bank of England, "
  • Ltd. .. .. .. .. _ I45
  • North British Locomotive Co., Ltd. 320
  • North British Railway .. .. 264
  • North-Eastern Railway .. .. 231
  • North London Railway .. .. 267
  • North Staffordshire Railway .. 234
  • North-Western Railway of Peru .. 583
  • Ottoman Railway from Smyrna to
  • , f'din 368, 608
  • Pekin Syndicate, Ltd. .. .. 19
  • Port Talbot Railway <fc Docks .. 236
  • Rhymney Railway .. .. .. 235
  • Rohilkund A Kumaon Railway .! 121
  • Royal Mail Steam Packet ,. .. 512
  • Salvador Railway .. .. .. 20
  • San Paulo (Brazilian) Railway .. 465
  • Sleeping Car<t International Express
  • Trains Company (Postponement) 392
  • South-Eastern Railway .. ..199
  • South-Eastern & Chatham Railway 199
  • Stewarts A Lloyds. Ltd 391
  • Strabane ifc Letterkenny Railway .. 296
  • Taff Vale Railway .. .. .. 266
  • Underground Electric Railways .. 269
  • Wirral Railway .. .. .. 267
  • West of India Portuguese .. .. 656

RAILWAY AND OTHER REPORTS.

  • Alexandra (Newport and South
  • Wales) Docks <fc Railwav 172, 304
  • Antofagasta (Chili) A Bolivia Railway 583, 609
  • Arbroath & Forfar Railway .. 391
  • Barry Graving Dock 513
  • Barry Railway .. .. 171,304
  • Barsi Light Railway .. 417, 489
  • Belfast A County Down Railway 146. 278
  • Bengal A North-Western Railway 45,197
  • Bengal Dooars Railway .. .. 238
  • Bmgal-Nagpur Railway .. .. 536
  • Bessemer, Henry, A Co 196
  • Beyer, Peacock A Co., Ltd 196
  • Bilbao River A Cantabrian Railway 297
  • Birmingham Railway Carriage & Wagon Co., Ltd. .. .. .. 146
  • Blake Boiler, Wagon <k Engineering Company, Ltd. .. .. .. 513
  • Bombay, Baroda <fc Central India Railway 513, 609
  • Brazil Gr -at Southern Railway .. 20
  • Brecon A Merthyr Tydfil Junction Railway .. .. .. 197. 305
  • Bristol <£: South Wales Railway Wagon .. .. .. .. 197
  • British Columbia Electric Railway.. 95
  • British Railway Results, 1914 . .+181
  • British Railways. 1914—More Statistics given .. .. ..+178
  • British Wagon Company .. .. 239
  • Buenos Ayres Great Southern Rail-
  • way 392
  • Buenos Ayres A Pacific and Argen-
  • tine Great Western Railways .. 465
  • Buenos Ayres Western Railway .. 391
  • Burma Railways .. .. .. 489
  • Cal-donian Railway .. .. 171.249
  • Cambrian Railways .. 196, 238, 305
  • Cammell Laird & Co., Ltd. .. .. 344
  • Canadian Northern Railway 239, 417
  • Canadian Pacific Railway 45. 513. 536
  • Canadian Railways—Stati-ties .. 521
  • Cardiff Junction Dry- I>ock .. .. 197
  • Cardiff Railway .. 146. 197, 305
  • C’arrizaJ A (Vrro Blanco Railway.. 536
  • Cavan A Leitrim Railway .. .. 197
  • Central Argentine Railway .. .. 391
  • Central London Railway 172, 329
  • Central Uruguay Eastern Extension Railway 391
  • Central l roguay Northern Extension
  • HaUway 391
  • Central Uruguay Railway .. ..391
  • Charawood For-! Rahway.. .. 536
  • £“*** rraasandme Railway .. 441
  • city A South London Railway 172, *2*
  • CWtoe A Workington Junction
  • Cockermouth, Keswick 'A Penrith
  • Railway ,, ,. .. .. 197
  • Cordoba Central Railway .. .. 460
  • Cork, Bandon A South Coast Railway
  • 95, 278
  • Cork A Macroom Direct .. .. 239
  • Cuban Central Railways .. .. 417
  • Delhi-Umballa-Kalka Railway 67, 95
  • Demerara Railway .. .. 391, 460
  • Didcot, Newbury & Southampton
  • Railway .. .. .. ,, 238
  • Dublin it Blessington Steam Tram-
  • way Company .. .. .. 239
  • Dublin it South-Eastern Railway
  • 171, 278
  • East Indian Railway .. 95, 609
  • East Kent Light Railways .. .. 536
  • East London Railway .. ..172
  • Emu Bay A Mount Bischoff Railway
  • Company, Ltd. .. .. 67, 95
  • Entre Rios Railways .. .. 465
  • Express Companies, U.S.A... .. f643
  • Forth it Clyde Junction Railway .. 121
  • Furness Railway .. .. 122, 171
  • Glasgow it South-Western Railway
  • 171, 249
  • Glasgow Subway Railway .. .. 196
  • Gloucester Railway Carriage it
  • Wagon Co., Ltd. .. .. .. 67
  • Grand Trunk Railway Co. of Canada
  • 238, 7373, 392
  • Great Central Railway 171, 196, 277
  • Great Eastern Railway .. 122, 153
  • Great Indian Peninsula Railway 45, 561
  • Great North of Scotland Railway
  • 122, 172, 249
  • Great Northern Railway 146, 171, 183
  • Great Northern Railway (Ireland)
  • 122, 278
  • Great Northern Railway (U.S.A.)
  • 20, 344
  • Great Southern A Western Railway
  • 122,279
  • Great Southern of Spain Railway.. 392
  • Great Western of Brazil Railway
  • 466, 583
  • Great Western Railway .. 213, 239
  • Guernsey Railway .. .. .. 196
  • Highland Railway .. 146, 196, 249
  • H.H. the Nizam’s Guaranteed State
  • Railways .. .. .. .. 392
  • Horncastle Railway .. .. .. 392
  • Hull A Barnsley Railway .. 146, 197
  • Humber Commercial Railway A
  • Dock Company .. .. .. 95
  • Interoceanic Railway of Mexico
  • (Acapulco to Vera Cruz).. .. 197
  • Isle of Wight Central Railway .. 238
  • Jersey Eastern Railway .. .. 196
  • King’s Lynn Docks & Railway
  • Company .. .. .. .. 344
  • La Guaira A Caracas Railway .. 392
  • Lancashire A Yorkshire Railway
  • 146, 171, 182
  • Lancashire A Yorkshire Wagon Co. 196
  • Leopoldina Railway a .. 297, 513
  • Lisbon Electric Tramways .. .. 513
  • Liverpool Overhead Railway ... 171 Llandudno A Colwyn Bay Electric Railway .. .. .. .. 95
  • London & Black wall Railway .. 196 London, Brighton A South Coast Railway .. .. .. 171, 214
  • London A Greenwich Railway .. 45
  • London A North-Western Railway
  • 194, 213, 239
  • London A South-Western Railway
  • 196, 214
  • London, Chatham A Dover Railway
  • 146, 154, 171
  • London Electric Railway .. 172, 330
  • London General Omnibus Co., Ltd.
  • 197, 330
  • Londonderry A Lough Swilly Rail-
  • way • .. .. .. .. 239
  • Long Inland Railway.. ., .. *5:50
  • Lynton A Barnstaple Railway .. 344
  • Madras A Southern Mahratta Rail-
  • way 536, 609
  • Manchester Dry Docks .. .. 45
  • Manila Electric Railroad A Lighting
  • Corporation .. .. ,. 297
  • Mary port A Carlisle Railway .. 196
  • Maehonaland Railway, Ltd. 67, 196, 320
  • Mawddwy Railway .. ,. ,. 297
  • Mersey Railway .. .. .. 197
  • Metropolitan Carriage, Wagon A
  • Finance Company, Ltd. 513, 536
  • Metropolitan District Railway 172, 330
  • Metropolitan Railway ,. 196, 330
  • Mexican Central Railway Securities
  • Company .. ,. .. 95
  • Mexican Southern Railway .. *89
  • Midi Railway Result* ..?637
  • Mid-Kent Railway ., .. .. 121
  • Midland A South-Western Junction
  • Railway ,. 236
  • Midland Great Western Railway
  • 146, 172. 279
  • Midland Railway ,. .. 171,
  • Mold A Denbigh Junction Railway
  • Mumble, Railway A
  • S I" JR. tor 1914
  • Xatai-Ziiiutand
  • Neath A
  • Sew York Central
  • Sew Yack
  • tying
  • A Lake
  • Shore • t
  • ^°'T York Central
  • Railway
  • Nitrate Railways
  • Norfolk * Western Railway Company
  • North British Locomotive Co., Mil.
  • North British Railway !;!
  • North-Eastern of Uruguay Railway ‘ North-Eastern Railway 171
  • North London Railway North Staffordshire Railway North-Western Railway of i'erii 581 Nottingham and Grantham Railway A Canal
  • Nottingham Suburban Railway Company ..
  • Orleans Railway
  • Ottoman Railway (Smyrna to Aldln) Para Electric Railways A Lighting Company ..
  • Paraguay Central Railway ..
  • Pearl Assurance Co., Ltd. Pennsylvania Railroad . . f:l68,
  • Pirspus Athens Peloponnesus Railway
  • Plymouth, Devonport A South-
  • Western Junction Railway 302
  • Portland (Oregon) Railway .. 583
  • Port, of London Authority Accounts.
  • 1314 05?
  • Port Talbot Railway * Docks 231), 30(1
  • Prudential Assurance Co., Ltd. .. 293
  • Puerto Cabcllo A Valencia Railway 530
  • Queensland Railways .. , . 07
  • Queensland Railway Commissioner’s Tour tf>20
  • Railway Debenture A General Trust 197
  • Railway Investment Co. .. 239, 297
  • Railway Share Trust A Agency ..’ 197
  • Rhodesia Railways, Ltd. 95, 19(4, 320
  • Rhondda A Swansea Bay Railway.. 3oe>
  • iUiyinney Railway .. .. 171, 3011
  • Rohllkuml A Kuinaou Railway 45, 95
  • Ross A Monmouth Railway ,. 239
  • Royal Sardinian Railway .. .. 417
  • Salisbury Railway A Market House 239
  • Samaria A Santiago Railway .. ti7
  • San Paulo (Brazilian) Railway 344, 441
  • Scottish Wagon Co. .. .. .. 10(J
  • Shahdara-(DelhQ-Saharanpur Light,
  • Railway .. .. .. .. 95
  • Sharpness New Docks .. .. 539
  • Sheffield District Railway .. .. 297
  • Somerset A Dorset Railway.. . 197
  • South Behar Railway .. .. |5
  • South-Eastern Railway .. .. 140
  • South Eastern A Chut hum Railway 153
  • South-Eastern A Chatham Railway
  • Companies’ Managing Committee 11!4
  • Soutti Indian Railway .. .. 513
  • South Yorkshire Junction Hallway 45,
  • 489, 513
  • Southern Punjab Railway Company,
  • Ltd. 240
  • Southport and Cheshire Llw - Ex-
  • tension .. .. ,, ,, 344
  • Stewarts A Lloyds, Ltd. .. 207, Jtl
  • Stratford A Midland Junction Rail-
  • way 100
  • Swansea A Mumbles Railway (Ltd.) 2140
  • Swedish Central Railway .. .. 530
  • Taff Vale Railway .. 108, 300
  • Taltai Railway ,. ., ,, 391
  • Toronto Railway .. .. 280, 480
  • Underground Electric Railways 172,
  • 238, 320
  • \ ale of Glamorgan Railway.. 198
  • Vera Cruz (Mexico) Railways .. 301
  • Vera Cruz Terminal ., .. . iso
  • Vickers, Ltd. .. 344,441
  • \V Braku Company .. 67
  • West Somerset Railway .. ..171
  • Weymouth A Portland Railway .. 240 Winnipeg Electric Railway 20, 344, 348,
  • Wirrai Railway .. ,,
  • \orkshire Railway Wagon Company 239 JC*ITM A Huelva Railway 320
  • AND
  • Ass, C.
  • Abbott, J
  • Abraham*
  • Adam, T.
  • Atlanta, li
  • A/lam*, C.
  • Alt lorn, A
  • Akers (

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  • Allen, lie©. 9,
  • Allen, Wn Edgar
  • AaRttba, A. It. (t
  • Asiknen, W. C,
  • Andrew*. Rt Hon
  • A ".Inithef D T
  • Anthony , I J
  • ArtmttnuM, II, C.
  • Annie T. E
  • Armstrong. Sir ( ha* ||
  • Army tag. Hit (j^,
  • Workers)
  • A ft bar, sir Mathew
  • Ayers, F C.
  • 1841
  • internal)
  • 189
  • Eulogy of War
  • Aylmer, H. C.
  • Babbage. J. 1).
  • Bagwell, J. „ ,.
  • Bailey. H. T.
  • Bain. Major l).
  • Bain. \V. 1>. ..
  • Baird, Sir A. ..
  • Baird. M'm. ..
  • Baldwin. J. C.
  • Baldwins, Ltd. | *
  • Banbury. Sir F. Q.
  • Rankes. lord Just ice
  • Baukier. W. A.
  • Barber, F. W.
  • Barbor-a, J. R.
  • Barlow, A. H.
  • Barlow, G. T.
  • Barnes, At
  • Barnes. Mr.
  • Barnett. P. M.
  • Bateman, J. ..
  • Baugh, Commander G. J.
  • Baxendall, P. E.
  • Bayliss, T. A...
  • Bean. L. C. 1).
  • Beasley, A. ..
  • Beaumont, C...
  • Beck. K
  • B ckett, Hon. R. E. ..
  • Belcher, W. E. G.
  • Bell. E. A. S.
  • Bell. J. R
  • Bell, X. G •
  • Bell. Sir James
  • Bell. M m
  • Bell. W. M
  • Bengough. C. F.
  • Bertie. Rt. Hon. Sir F. (Peerage con-
  • ferred)
  • Bessborough. Earl of
  • Bianchi, Signor
  • Binder, B. H...
  • Bingham. W. H.
  • Bishop, W. G.
  • Bisset. Col. Sir W. ..
  • Blaber, E.
  • Blain. H. E.- ..
  • Blackall. A. T.
  • Blake. \V. E
  • Boalth, V. H...
  • Bolckow, C. F. H.
  • Booth, A. A.
  • Booth, Geo. M.
  • Booth, S.
  • Booth, W. S. ..
  • Botti, B.
  • Bover. W.
  • Brackenbury. Col. M. C.
  • Brady, X. F. ..
  • Bray, H P. ..
  • Briggs, R. C
  • Brooks. J. B. C.
  • Broomhall, A.
  • Brown, B. H.
  • Brown, Jas. G.
  • Browne, Col. C. A. R.
  • Bryant, B. H.
  • Buenos Ayres Great Southern Railway (Staff joined the Colours) ..
  • (Staff
  • Burke, E. P.
  • Burridge, Mr.
  • Burt, Sir H. ..
  • Bury, O. R. H.
  • Bury, R. E. ..
  • Bush, B. F.
  • Bush, P. F. W.
  • Butterworth, Sir A. Kaye
  • Buttle, I).
  • Cabrett, H. G.
  • Caird, Patrick T
  • Cameron, E. ..
  • Cameron, Major H. A.
  • Cardew. J. H.
  • Carey, Capt. R. E.
  • Carlton, X.
  • Carter, 3. J. ..
  • Carter, 8. B. ..
  • Carter, W.
  • Catherall, .T. R.
  • Cavill, H. W
  • Cecil, E., M.P
  • Central Argentine Railway
  • Joined the Colours)
  • Chandler, Capt. A. L.
  • Charles, A. L.
  • Chamock, F. ..
  • Chase, T. H. ..
  • Christ ie, J. C ..
  • Christopher, T.
  • Clark, Crcswcll, Deputy-Command ant .. .. .. • •
  • Clark, G. J. ,.
  • Clark, W. D.
  • Clarke, Lieut. H. P. ..
  • Clarke. Lce.-Cpl W. J.
  • Claughton, Sir Gilbert, Bart.
  • Clay, Major W. H. C.
  • Collins, J. D.
  • Conacher, Capt. C. L.
  • Cooke, C. J. Bowen ..
  • Cooper, C. M. A.
  • Cooper, 2nd Lieut. D. F.
  • Cornish, J. T...
  • Cornwall, F. W.
  • Cornwall, Mr.
  • Cortee-Leigh, Lieut.-Col. F. A.
  • Cory, R. R. .. .. *.
  • Cotterall, H G. .*
  • Oouohman, F. 1).
  • Count Witte ..
  • Ooupor, .T. n. C.
  • Cowan, A. A.
  • Cowir, Col. Chas. Henry
  • f erred)
  • Cowley, F. A. A.
  • Cowper-Coles, S.
  • Cox, Colonel .,
  • Cox, H.F..
  • Cox. AV J. S.
  • Culaciatti, Sr. M. J
  • Cunninehnm, O.
  • Daiby, J.
  • Pale, W.
  • Davies, E.
  • Davies, Ed. ..
  • Davies, F. G.
  • Davies, AA'm. ..
  • Davis, F. R. E.
  • Davis, R.
  • D’Cunhn, J. ..
  • Deane, Col. H. H.
  • Deans, H.
  • de Candolle, R.
  • De Came, Signor
  • Deer, Geo.
  • de Lotbinifcre, Hon. Lieut.-Col. A. C.
  • de Oca, Montes
  • Denniss, Lieut.-Col.
  • Denny, J.
  • de Rothschild, L.
  • Dickinson, J. H. G.
  • Dickson, N. B.
  • Docker, Dudley.
  • Administration)
  • Docker, F. D.
  • Docks Advisory' Committee : Lord
  • lnchcape, Sir Herbert AA'alker, Sir
  • Sam Fay. Mr. E. C. Geddes
  • Mr.'C. S. 'Denniss, &c.) 149.189 Dods, AV. K. .. 414 Dore, J. C. .. 414 Doughty, K. AA". 226, 261, 389 Douglas, H. A. C. ..557 Dowling, J. .. ..119 Downie, D. B. ..581 Drayton. Sir Henry Lumley (Knight- hood conferred) ..581 Drummond, D. .. .. 170 Drummond, Col. H. AV. .. .. 65 Drury, R. J. .. 485 Dubois, M. ..437 Duncan, R. T. 533,557 Earl of Jersey .. 583 Eastwood. Hon. B. .. .. 486, *557 Eddison, E. R. .. 91 Eddy, J. M. .. 606, 629, *653 Edwards, E. .. ..169 Edwards, J. S. .. 461 Eldridge. Frederick .. .. 365 Elliott, G. G. .. 91 Ellis, Ed .. 389 Entre Rios Railway (New Board) .. 18 Evan-Thomas. E. L... ..510 Evans, Chas. ..520 Evans, Henry .. 169, 340 Evans, L. R. .. .. 43 Evans, Mr. .. 462 Evans, Thomas .. 169 Exall, T ..414 Eycott, H. G. ... .. 365 Fairclough, J. .. 142,261 Falkner, J. M. ..461 Farquhar, P. .. .. 293 Farrar, Col. Sir G. .. 557 Faulkner, J. AA\ ..91 Faust, E. A. .. .. 261,318 Ferris, J. A. .. .. 365 Fewkes, AV. G. .. 65 Finn, J. S ..365 Finney, J. ..341 Firth, Sir A. .. 438 Fisher, Col. H. O. 65, 509 Fisher, J. H. .. 169 Fitzpatrick. AV. J. F. .. *485, 582 Forbes, Lieut.-Col. Sir William (Knighthood conferred) .. *581,606
  • Ford, E. .. .v .. 42,439
  • Forgan, D. L. 341
  • Forster, J. V. .. .. .. 581
  • Foster, L. C. .. .. .. 414
  • Fountain, C. .. .. .. .. 18
  • Fowler, Henry .. .. ., 653
  • Fowler, J. G. .. .. ,. 170
  • Franklin, AV. E. .. .. ..17
  • Freeland, Major .. .. .. 318
  • French, J. .. .. .. .. 41
  • French, St. John .. .. 119,170
  • Fresco, Dr. N. R 18
  • Froom, F. .. .. .. .. 193
  • Fry, G. S 18
  • Fulton, J. R. .. .. .. 365
  • Furness, Sir Stephen .. .. 170
  • Fumivall, F. .. .. .. 226, 605
  • Gales, Sir R. R .. 605
  • Gales, Sir Robert Richard (Knighthood conferred) .. .. 437, 581
  • Gardiner, E. R. .. .. .. 41
  • Garthwaite, Wm 117
  • Gedye, N. G 91
  • Geen, Burnard, 194
  • Gelsthorpe, F. • • .. .. 342
  • George, Lloyd (Minister of Munitions,
  • and Staff) 629
  • Gibb, Sir Geo 341
  • Gillan, R AV. 582
  • Glllman, G 437
  • Gilmore, H. St. G. .. .. 226,261 Girouard, Major-General Sir 1’. .. 462 Godfrey, G. C. .. 414 Goet.hals, Col. Geo. W. . . 438 Goff, G. H . . 42 Gold, J .. *118,169 Gold, Lieut. .. . . 92 Gooday, J. F. S. -*92, 170, 293 Goodman, J. A. .. .. 365
  • Goudge, J. A. .. 117 Gouin, E. .. 605 Gould, G. ..318 Goulding, Sir Wm. .. .. 119 Gracey, Col. T. 91, 169, 194 Grafton. J. H. . . 486 Grattan, Pte. E. H. (H.M. the King presents Distinguished Conduct
  • Medal) 582
  • Gray burn, W. E 170
  • Great Western Kailway of Brazil
  • (List of Staff that joined the Colours)
  • Greene, Wm.
  • Greenwood, A.
  • Gregory, Thos.
  • Greg, Major J. ft.
  • Griffiths, H. ft.
  • Grimshaw, C. H.
  • Grindlay, A. P.
  • Guy, Capt. G. F.
  • Hack wood, E. H.
  • Haidar, N. C.
  • Hall, Grant ..
  • Hamilton, Lieut. C.
  • Hammond, W. J.
  • Hardinge Bridge Engineering Staff.. 434
  • Harford, H. W. L. .. 293, 365, 509
  • Harn, W. ft. .. .. .. 365
  • Harris, J. .. .. .. .. 509
  • Harrison, Chas. A. .. .. *118,365
  • Harrison, Sir Frederick .. *42,142
  • Hart, E. A. .. .. .. .. 414
  • Hartley, Sir Chas., “ The Father of the Danube ” .. .. .. 222
  • Harvey, Sir ft. .. .. .. 533
  • Haynes, F. .. .. .. ..*317
  • Halliwell, Mr. Lord .. .. .. 225
  • Hemphill, A. J 261,318
  • Henderson, Sir Alexander (Speech at meeting re war work) .. . .1211
  • Hennell, J. E. .. 119,169,462
  • Hepper, Major
  • Herr Ballin
  • Herr Heineken
  • Hessenmuller, J.
  • Hill, A. J.
  • Hindmarsh, ft. F.
  • Hinds, I.
  • H.M. The King and Queen (Gretna
  • Green troop train disaster) .. 557
  • Hoare, Sir Samuel .. .. ..*117
  • Hoey, Chan Y .. .. 317, 605
  • Hogg, G. G 365
  • Holburd. E 605
  • Holdaway, Geo. .. .. .. 170
  • Holland, Commander .. .. 193
  • Holme, G 653
  • Honours, Birthday, List .. .. 581
  • Honours List, New Year’s .. .. 41
  • Horn, W. ft. .. .. 365, 509
  • Hornby, Sir W. H. .. .. 169
  • Hosken, A. F. .. .. .. 438
  • Howland, J. P. .. .. .. 414
  • Hoy, Commandaut W. W. • *91, 342, 365
  • Huddleston, G. .. 117,193, 438
  • Huddleston, H. B. .. .. .. 534
  • Hudson, H. H 438
  • Hudson, Sir W. B 261
  • Hughes, Lieut.-Col. John S. .. 193
  • Hughes, R. W 461
  • Hutton, Mr. .. .. .. .. 509
  • Hyde, C. T. E 261
  • Indian Public Works Officers (Army
  • reserve of officers) .. .. 533
  • Indian Railway Volunteers (South
  • Indian, East Indian, Bengal-
  • Nagpur Railways) .. .. 653
  • Irwin, H. R. ..
  • Irwin, ft. D. ..
  • Iturbe, M.
  • Ivens, T. E. .
  • Izat, A.
  • Izat, J.
  • Jack, A.
  • Jackson, H. T.
  • Jackson, Lieut.-Col. the Hon
  • Jackson, Sir H. M.
  • Jones, A.
  • Jones, A. LI.
  • Jones, E. B. ..
  • Kahn, O. H. ..
  • Kay, J.
  • Kearney, P. ..
  • Keatinge, S. A. J.
  • Keefer, T. C. ..
  • Keen, Arthur
  • Keene, R. T.
  • Keir, J. J.
  • Kennedy, Lord Justic
  • Kent, James
  • Kent, ft. G.
  • Ker, Chas.
  • Kernot, M. E.
  • Kidd, G. B. ..
  • King, G. J.
  • King, W. E. ..
  • Kirkby, B.
  • Kirby, C. A. ..
  • Kislingbury, Chtts.
  • Knapp, Z. Ii.
  • Knibbs, L.
  • Knox-Little, A. H
  • Labrousse, E. A.
  • Lamb, A.
  • Lawrence, Capt.
  • Lawrence, Mr. Justice A. T
  • Lawson, Sir A. T.
  • Lawton, Frazer
  • Leake, Lieut. A. M.
  • Leane, W. B.
  • Lee, Wm. H.
  • Leighton, Geo.
  • Lemerle, A. L.
  • Lenoir, M.
  • Levick, J.
  • Lewis, H. C. ..
  • Liddell. If. ..
  • Lightfoot, J.
  • Lindsey, W. IT.
  • LinSey, W. H.
  • Little, Stephen
  • Lloyd, G. W.
  • Lockwood, Col. M.
  • Lodge, G.
  • Lomas, Powis
  • Loney, H. F. ..
  • Lord Balfour of Burleigh
  • Lord Buxton
  • Lord Claud Hamilton (lie
  • and the War, eulogy of
  • Railways
  • men, &c.)
  • Lord Fisher *209, 225, 227 .. 261 Lord Geo. Hamilton .. .. 533 Lord Muncaster ..227 Lord Rathmore .. 247 Lord Rothschild .. 557 Lowenthal, T. .. 389 Lushington, R. H. L. .. 653 MacCarthv, A. H. C. ..461 Macdonald, J. W. ..261 Mackenzie, A. .. 365, 557 Mackinder, H. J. .. 193 Maclagan, Col. ..509 MacRae, D. M. .. 225 Mallory, G. G. .. 605 Mandelick, W. E. ..119 Maples, Capt. K. J. .. .. 557 Maplin, P. H... .. 605 Marks, J. .. .. 509 Marriott, H. .. 169, 261 Marsden, Lieut. R. .. 629 Marsden, W. A. .. 629 Marsh, E. S. .. ..195 Marsh, S. E. .. .. 18 Marston, E. L. .. 261, 318 Martin, J. A. .. 581
  • Martin, M. P. .. .. 557 Mason, 1). R. .. 169, 225 Matheison, L. C. ..605 Matheson, D. A. 261,557 Mathews, H. M. .. 438, 533 Maunder, G. C. L. .. 91 May, Wm. C. .. 194, 389, *413, 462 McBride, Sir Peter (Knighthood conferred) .. 581 McCallum, Sec.-Lieut. R. T. .. 341 McCloughin, T. J. .. 318 McLachlan, J. .. 606 McLaren, Hon. Francis .. 170 McMillan. J. .. .. 389 M'Clelland, L. 485, 582 Mehta, J. N. ..629
  • Melling, W. F. ..533 Melville, Mr. .. .. 193 Merrill, E. G. .. 261,318 Merriweather, J. G. ..*462
  • Merthyr, Lord . . 225 Meston, Col. Sir J. .. ..629 Metcalfe, Sir Chas. .. .. 414 Metropolitan Carriage, W agon & Finance Co., Ltd. (Staff Corps) .. *92 Mews, J. .. .. .. .. 341
  • Micks, R. H. .. .. .. 169
  • Miller, Robert .. .. 193, *461
  • Mills, A. .. .. .. ..18
  • Minshall, Major Thos. Herbert .. 557
  • Missouri Pacific Railway (New Directors). .
  • Mitford, Wm. .. .. .. 226
  • Molfatt, Jas. .. .. ... 193
  • Molombv, Mr. .. .. .. 485
  • Monkhouse, J.P. .. .. ..119
  • Moon, Ernest, K.C. (made C.B.) .. 581
  • Moore, A. J 653
  • Moore, W. E. .. .. .. 461
  • Mordey, T. H. .. .. .. 42
  • Morris, H. S 293
  • Mortimer, Chas 293
  • Mortimore, F. B. .. .. .. 119
  • Mosley, Col. P. D 117
  • Mosscrop, A. .. .. ..42
  • Moyano, Dr. M. .. .. 341,485
  • Muir, Sir A. K. 261
  • Muirhead, A. .. .. .. .. 293
  • Munitions of War, Staff of Depart-
  • ment .. .. .. .. 605
  • Murray Smith, Mr. .. .. 210,211
  • Naylor, J. H .. .. .. .. 606
  • Neacheli, E. E 261
  • Neave, 11. B. 629
  • Neville, E. A 91,194
  • Neweombe, P. .. .. .. 389
  • Newton, H. C. .. .. .. 169
  • Nicholls, Mr. .. ... .. 633
  • Nixon, C. E
  • Noble, ,T.
  • Noble, W. ,T.
  • Norman, G. E.
  • Oliver. .T
  • Owen. A. J
  • Owen, C. R. ..
  • Owen, 1>. J. ..
  • Owens, Sir Olias. ,T. ..
  • Padilla. M. M.
  • Padmore, Mr
  • Pace, J.
  • Fagot, W. T
  • Paine. W. H.
  • Painter. AV. ..
  • P&ish, Sir Geo.
  • Pakenham-Walsli, A. R.
  • Parfltt. Capt.
  • Pam well. S. A.
  • Parr. Carlos
  • Parsons. J.
  • Patrickson, N. .. ..
  • Payne, Major P. M.
  • Pearce, Lieut.-Col. C. M.
  • Pearce, AA'. ll.
  • Pears, Sir Edwin
  • Pearson, E. J.
  • Pearson, F. S.
  • Pearson, T. W.
  • Pease. AA'. E.
  • Peck, J. H
  • Peek. K.
  • Pemberton. Major-Gen. B. C. R.
  • Penson. Mr. ..
  • Perceval-Max well, R. D.
  • Percy Chas
  • Perry, F. R. .. ..
  • Pidroaa. M. A.
  • Pinder, T. .. -
  • Pollard. A.
  • Pollock. R. E.
  • Potter. Frank
  • Potter. P. E. ..
  • Praggio. Sr. A.
  • Pratt, C. T. E
  • Pratt, AA'
  • Price, Capt. R. K
  • Prosser. S.
  • Pullar. E. J. ..
  • Pumfrey, AA'. R.
  • Radclific, L>.
  • Raineoek. H.
  • Randall, F. G.
  • Rankin, Mr. ..
  • Rapelli, Sr. L. F.
  • ltawson, J. .. •• *17
  • Read, E. B
  • Reid. G. A., Field-Cornet ..
  • Rendell. Lieut. H. T.
  • Reuuiek. F. ..
  • Renshaw, Sir C. B. ..
  • Reynolds, R. ..
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  • Richardson, T. W. . . .. 42 Rickard, W. P. .. 414 Riddocti, r. 414, 581, 605 Roads and Motor Traffic Committee -9:1 Robertson, H. D. .. 461 Robertson, .1. B. .. 117 Robertson, ,T. M (Becomes Privy Councillor) .. 91, 581 Robertson, L. F. . . 365 Robertson, Sir 11. . . 629 Robins, E. • .. 438 Robinson, .Tas, .. 414 Robinson, Mr. . . 462 Robinson, W. H. .. 605 Robson, Geo. ...261 Roden. W. R. *92 Rodrigues, M. IS Roughton, .T, ..*225 Boyle, Lieut. . . 92 Runciman, Mr. . . 91 Russell, F. V... . . 389 413. 437, 485 Evan, S. .. 462 Ryan, T. .. 509 Sandwith. Major .. 41 Sanaster. AY. P. 41 Sarjane, S. J. .. 462 Saunders. C. S. .. 509 Savage, \Y. .. 293 Schenk. E. .. 17 Scott, R. F. G. .. 653 jSeariglit. G. L. .. 17 Selwav, C. ,T. .. •A .. 170 Selwvn. C. \Y. .. 582 Shauahnessy, Sir Thos. .. 653 Shellev. Major A. D . G. . . 509 Shelly, J. .. 414 Shepard. F. J. 261, 318 Sherlock. ,T. A. . . 342 Shortt. C. H. 43. 66 Sinclair, W. .. .. 365 Skev. R.S. .. .. 193 Smith, Lieut. A. G. M. .. 17 Smith. A. M. . . .. 438 Smith, B. G. .. 226 Smith, F. \Y. .. 583 Smith, G. Murray .. 653 Smith. H. G. .. .. 509 Smith. Sir 11. L. . . 91 Smith. T. A. H. 226, 261 Smithers, F. 0. 193, *226 Snell, W. H. .. .. 533 Sorabji. X. . . 533 South African Railways- — \ anous Appointments .. 653 Spencer, Alex.. .. 317 Speyer, Sir E. .. 533 Spurgeon, H. .. 17 Squire, \Y. W . .. 65 Squirt's. Lieut. .. 92 Stanicr, AY. H. 119, *141 Stanley, G. J. .. 18 Stanley, Sir A. H. .. 117
  • Stanton, W. C. .. 462 Stark, J. T. R. .. 581 Stewart, T. W. .. 365 Stitt, Wm. .. 389, 533 Stone. J. G. B. .. 605 Stott, C. E .. 318 Stracey, H. J. .. 629 Stretion, C. .. .. 227 Strzelecki, N. L. E. .. .. 629 Stuart, R. H. F. .. 18. 41, 486 Sutherland. W. .. 341 Swinburn, R. T. 317, *341 Sydor, P. 389, 413 Sykes, W. R. .. 583 Tait, Sir Thos. .. 582 Taylor, H. B. 486, 557 Taylor, J. C. .. 65 Teale, A .. 414 Thomas, J. P. 119, 170, 438 Thompson, H. G. .. 169 Thompson, J... .. 170 Thompson, L. .. 43 Thompson. R. .. 365 Thomson, J. L. .. 509 Thorne, H. L... .. 605 Thornton. H.W. (On Business Oppor- tunities) .. 270 Tippett. A. M. .. 91 Todd, N. A .. 42 Todd, W. R. .. 18 Tollast, R. 0... .. 605 Tomlinson, W. W. .. 438 Topham, Mr. .. 365 Towle, W. .. 558 Travis, Chas. . . 605 Trench, C. E. .. 389 Trotter, Col. Chas. W. .. 169 Turnbull, Sir Robert 'll 7 , 170, 227 Turnbull, W. M. ..119 Turner, E. H. 18,194 Turner, Lieut. T. T. .. 170 Tyler, Mr. .. 365 Tyson, \V. . . 41 Tyson, W. W. V. .. 170 Urie, R. W. .. .. 170 Vanderbilt, C. 261. 318 Varian, H. F. . . 438 Vassar-Smith, R. V. .. 510 Vaudrey, Sir Wm. H. .. 17 Verrieres, E. .. .. 605 Vickerv. J. H. .. 653 Village, W. .. .. 226 Viscount Churchill .. 247. f493 Von Donop, Major-General Sir Stanley B. . . 438 Waddell, M *317 , 509, 581 Waister, H. S. .. 558 Walker, 2nd Lieut. G. W. H. .. 92 r to Staff)
  • 43
  • Walker, Sir H. (Lettei
  • Walker, Sir Herbert (Appreciative
  • Letter, Eulogy of war workers,
  • &c. .. .. ..1210,438
  • Walker, Sir Herbert Ashcombe (Knighthood conferred) .. .. *41
  • Walker, Sir Herbert (Complimentary Dinner).. .. .. ..140
  • Walker, J. W. .. .. .'.610
  • Wallace, J. .. .. .. .. 281
  • War Minister of Munitions and Staff 629 War Office Armament Committee .. 438 Ward, T. H 533
  • Warner, L. A. P. .. 629 Watkin, Sir A. M. , . .. 193 Watson, A. .. 194 Watts, .T. .. 365 Watts, T. W. 389, *413,461 Webb, Major G. It. .. .. 193 Well, C. M .. 261 Welsh, T. J . . .. 365 Wheatley, Mr. .. 342 Wheel, J. . . 365, 414 Whinney, A. F. . . .. 414 White, Mr. .. 509 Whitelaw. A. .. 438 Whyman, T. .. 509 Wigram, K. .. .. 438 Wildeblood, II. S. -. 581 Wildridge, G. J. . , 437, 461 Wildsmith, C. B. , . .. 605 Willcocks, J. , . .. 438 Williams, A. K. . . .. 170 Williams, A. E. 341, 414 Williams, Col. Robert (Baronetcy conferred) r.. .. 41 Williams, C. R. .. 194 Williams, M. B. , , .. 170 Williams, R. L. 261, 318 Williams, W. H. 261, 318 Williamson, T. H. .. 317 Wilmer, H. *. . 389, 413 Wilson, N. . . 509 Windle, Mr. .. 318 Winsor, R. .. .. 261 Winter. Chas. A. . . 438 Witte, Count .. 318 Woodd, Second-Lieu.. P C.” .. 653 Woodhouse, Sir J. . . .. 318 Woodroffe, T. H. .. 582 Woods, V. .. 170 Woodside. Mr. .. 605 Woodward, H. C. .. 261 Worthington, S. B. .. 194 Wrench, J. M. D. .. 261 Wright, A. W. *226, 462 Wright, Sir Wm. S. 91,169 Wright, W. T. 341, 365 Wynne, Sir T. R. .. 462 A'ork, A. J. .. 293 A'oung, A. .. .. 42 Young, A. M. .. 341 Young, Jas. .. . . ..*141 A'oung, P. C 17, 462 A'oung, W. F. . . .. 17 Zara, Ing. G. .. . . .. 462 Zimmermann, E. 17. 170



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