Canadian National Railways Magazine, July, 1935, Vol. XXI, No. 7

By: Multiple Contributors

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34 pages. Stories: Commuters by the Million - in London; The Snake Indian went Wild - operating trains up and down the centre of a rapidly-flowing river bed near Devona;Letters of a Sea Cadet - the second of a series of letters written by a cadet in the Canadian National Steamship service to his chum, a railroad man in Canada; The Railways and Development in Canada; Telegraphy - Past and Present; Through Canada's Provinces; Out of the Night (a story); 'Rotten Bologna Sausage' - recollections of a veteran of the Northwest Rebellion; Grand Trunk Agents in Session; the '84-mile Bridges - Car ferries on Lake Michigan; With the staff across Canada; Woman's Section; and much more. Please note that 3"x 4" clipping has been removed from page 34. Great 'Ford V8' ad inside back cover. Above-average wear but still intact. A great keepsake from the glory days of rail transportation in Canada.