A booklet written for employees of the LMS railway, highlighting unsafe practises and their consequences.
This document was published in 1924 by London Midland & Scottish Railway.
It was written by London Midland & Scottish Railway.
The original document format was Bound Booklet, and comprised 56 pages.
This document was kindly sourced from Judith Ward and is in our Notices memos & forms collection. It was added to the Archive on 1st January 2012 by the Archivist.
The copyright status of this document is unknown.
"In the year 1922, two hundred Railwaymen were killed and nearly three thousand were injured in Great Britain alone, through misadventure, negligence or misconduct in connection with the movement of trains or vehicles. This means an average of eight accidents daily, Sundays included. It shows a bad state of things, doesn't it?"
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