Modern Time Table Covers
SEVERE SIMPLICITY is the keynote of the modern covers illustrated here. Each of the four great British railways has chosen a colour resembling or suggesting the colour of its passenger stock. Thus, the Southern cover is mainly green, the LMS cover mainly red, and the Great Western cover "cold tea and cream." The varnished teak of the LNER carriages is suggested by the orange tint of its time-
St John’s Park Terminal
ST. JOHN'S PARK TERMINAL, with the recently constructed viaduct and the tracks spreading out into eight lines as they enter the station. The terminal is one of the chief features of the New York Central Railroad's West Side freight line. With three stories and a basement, the building -
AT PADDINGTON. The London terminus of the Great Western Railway has twelve terminal platforms to deal with long-
THE SPERRY DETECTOR CAR, when in service, moves over the track to be tested at a speed of five to nine miles an hour. When not engaged in detection, the car can do a speed of sixty miles an hour. The driving mechanism is a 220-
concludes in part 30.
You can read more on LMS steamship services in Shipping Wonders of the World.