Register of salaried and waged staff in the coaching, traffic and police departments.…

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RAIL 410/1797

Register of salaried and waged staff in the coaching, traffic and police departments. Includes stationmasters, porters, inspectors, guards, ticket collectors and clerks (coaching), tariffmen, breaksmen and shunters (traffic) and signalmen and gatesmen (police).

Gives some or all of the following details: name, capacity, date of birth, date of entry into service, height, rate of salary or wage, date and where transferred from or to or date and cause of leaving, class in insurance society and date of entry, class in provident society and date of entry and number in service.

Appears to cover stations in the Southern half of the network only.

1875 - 1890

Arranged by department and then alphabetically by station.

Related Material:
Continued by RAIL 410/1799
Held by:
The National Archives, Kew
Former references:
in its original department:   LNW 15/1
Legal status:
Public Record
Access conditions:
Closed For 75 years

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