Rules & Regulation Book - Telegraph Department, North London Railway Company, 1889 Document Reg. No: HT 31573

Heavily used cloth covered booklet setting out rules for conduct of employees and telegraph signalling procedures for the North London Railway Company (1850-1922). This copy belonged to Herbert Noltey (1888-1969) who worked for the NLR at Poplar (East India Road) Railway Station from circa 1903-1904 before migrating to Melbourne, Australia. Poplar was the southern terminus of the NLR passenger service but goods trains ran through to the East India Docks. The area was heavily bombed during World War II and Poplar station was closed in 1944. It is now the site of the All Saints Docklands Light Railway Station.
Book with pink coloured cloth covered cover with North London Railway Company logo impressed in centre of cover with title text below.
Acquisition Information:
Donation from A. Noltey, 1962
Discipline: Technology
Dimensions: 160 mm (Height), 105 mm (Width)

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Tagged with: migrants, railway companies, railway signalling, railway communications
Themes this item is part of: Information & Communication Collection, Migration Collection, Trade Literature Collection, Working Life & Trades Collection
Primary Classification: RAIL TRANSPORT
Secondary Classification: Railway Signalling
Tertiary Classification: (to be classified)
Inscriptions: Numerous inscriptions on flyleaf as follows:
'H. Noltey, Poplar Central, Poplar Station, NLR'
'Presented to IAS by Mr H.A. Nolty 5 Kenneally St Surrey Hills 16/7/1962'
'Herbert Noltey 32 Franklin St Bromley Row'
'January 30th 1903' & 'January 27th 1903'
'January 27th 1904'
User: A. Noltey, North London, England, Great Britain, 1903-1904

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