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Magazine for London Transport staff. Subjects include end of five-month industrial dispute on London Underground, Remembrance Sunday commemorations, new look uniforms for Underground staff, January 1996 fares revision, rebuilding of Wembley Park Station, crackdown on pickpockets, feature on London Underground's Track Delivery Team, London Transport's new 25 year plan, and London Regional Passengers Committee (LRPC) criticism of London Underground Penalty Fares scheme. Digitised copy of magazine held in the London Transport Museum (LTM) collection.

23 Nov 1995

Copies of magazines for staff on the Underground railways, including articles on long service awards, the TOT Benevolent Fund and facilities provided for staff as well as reports of annual dinners and other sporting and social events. Also included are articles on a history of tramways in London, the career of Lord Ashfield, how a tube railway is laid out, 45 years of tramway life, a short history of the country bus, the Embankment and the bridges, the opening of extensions at Morden and Kennington, an address on progress by Frank Pick and a review of ancient and modern road transport.

Jan 1926-Dec 1926

Copies of magazines for staff on the Underground railways, including articles on long service awards, the TOT Benevolent Fund and facilities provided for staff as well as reports of annual dinners and other sporting and social events. Also included are articles on the opening ceremony of Piccadilly Circus station, a visit by the Prince of Wales to the Chiswick and Acton works, recollections of the first 'tube' - the Tower Subway, London street accidents and bus fatalities in 1925 as well as transportation in Cuba.

Jan 1929-Dec 1929

Copies of magazines for staff on the Underground railways, including articles on long service awards, the TOT Benevolent Fund and facilities provided for staff as well as reports of annual dinners and other sporting and social events. Also included are accounts of the history of the District Railway and the London General Omnibus Company, the Central London Railway 1900-1925, the unveiling of the Underground War Memorial, memories of working with London's First Electric tramway and the Underground in the future (the year 1999).

Jan 1925-Dec 1925

Copies of magazines for staff on the Underground railways, including articles on long service awards, the TOT Benevolent Fund and facilities provided for staff as well as reports of annual dinners and other sporting and social events. Also included are articles on impressions of the Somme battlefields in 1928, the building of the new Piccadilly Circus station, travels in the Far East and the District Railway Diamond Jubilee Exhibition.

Jan 1928-Dec 1928

Copies of magazines for staff on the Underground railways, including articles on long service awards, the TOT Benevolent Fund and facilities provided for staff as well as reports of annual dinners and other sporting and social events. Also included are articles on London in 1174, electric traction and train control, an extract of Lord Ashfield's speeches to shareholders of TOT companies at annual meetings and the introduction of electricity to London.

Jan 1927-Dec 1927

Copies of magazines for London Transport staff, including retirements, appointments and deaths with articles on long service awards, the Benevolent Fund and facilities provided for staff as well as reports of annual dinners and other sporting and social events. Also included are articles on trolleybus problems, learning to drive a London bus, the training of railwaymen, bus and tram fares in America, Moscow's Underground, roadside shelters, the value of cooperation with main lines and the new double-decker RT bus, as well as the silver jubilee of the staff magazine itself.

Jan 1939-Sep 1939

Copies of magazines for London Transport staff, including news of retirements, appointments and deaths, with articles on long service awards, the TOT (Train Omnibus Tram) Benevolent Fund and facilities provided for staff as well as reports of annual dinners and other sporting and social events. Also included are articles on New York's new Underground, the importance of rolling stock improvements, a brief history of developments in design, London's latest Underground trains, valeting a bus and the fifth annual report of the London Passenger Transport Board.

Jan 1938-Dec 1938

Copies of magazines for staff on the Underground railways, including articles on retirements, appointments and deaths, the TOT (Train Omnibus Tram) Benevolent Fund and facilities provided for staff as well as reports of annual dinners and other sporting and social events. Also included are articles on proposed trolleybus extensions, water pumps, the Canadian National Railways, the invention of a bullet nosed train, Greenwich power station and extracts of a lecture by Lord Ashfield on the newly formed London Passenger Transport Board.

Jan 1934-Dec 1934

Copies of magazines for staff on the Underground railways, including articles on long service awards, the TOT Benevolent Fund and facilities provided for staff as well as reports of annual dinners and other sporting and social events. Also included are articles on the future of tramways 100 years from now in 2031, traffic conditions in Belgium, extracts from Lord Ashfield's speech at the annual meeting and new extensions to stations.

Jan 1932-Dec 1932

Copies of staff magazines including details of retirements, appointments and deaths, facilities for staff and news of the company as well as dinners and other social and sporting events. Also included are articles on the Moscow Metropolitan - the first Underground railway in Russia, new high speed trains in America, the Royal Jubilee, new subways at Monument Station, Roman discoveries at Tower Hill and theatrical productions performed by the London Transport Players.

Jan 1935-Dec 1935

Copies of magazines for London Transport staff, including news on retirements, appointments and deaths with articles on the TOT Benevolent Fund and facilities provided for staff as well as reports of annual dinners and other sporting and social events. Also included are articles on London Transport's trolleybuses, the funeral of King George V, the 30th anniversary of the Bakerloo Line, the work of the Railway Operating Department, Barking line development and the bus drivers of Ceylon.

Jan 1936-Dec 1936

Copies of staff magazines including details of retirements and appointments, facilities for staff and news of the company as well as dinners and other social and sporting events. Also included are articles on sports stars of London Transport, keeping services running during the severe winter of 1947, the story of the London bus, railway rolling stock, country buses and Chiswick Works.

Apr 1947-Mar 1948

Copies of magazines for London Transport (LT) staff, news of retirements, appointments and deaths with articles on items including how staff helped to evacuate 600,000 from London, black out picnics for 100,000 on underground station platforms, staff contributions to a war comforts fund, news on staff who had joined the armed services and the formation of the LT unit of the Home Guard.

Oct 1939-Sep 1941

Magazine for London Transport (LT) staff, including details of appointments and retirements, signalling improvements on the Piccadilly Line, the story of the escalator division, the story of London Transport sport associations, London's changing travel patterns and pictures of LT trams.

Apr 1948-Mar 1949

Copies of magazines for London Transport (LT) staff, including details of staff appointments and retirements, conferences and facilities provided for staff as well as reports of annual dinners and other sporting and social events. Also included are articles on the reopening of Notting Hill station, the Hop on a Bus campaign, the Barking rail fly over progress, the latest type of Routemaster bus, a £30 million four year plan to improve the Underground, the building of a new research laboratory, a review of the year and the first new Piccadilly Line 'silver' trains. July and August issues not published due to dispute in printing industry.

Apr 1959-Mar 1960

Copies of magazines for London Transport (LT) staff, including details of staff appointments and retirements, facilities for staff and reports of other sporting and social events. Also included are articles on the Victoria Line rolling stock, LT and foreign tourist traffic, the introduction of automatic ticket barriers, LT receiving a Royal Society of Arts design award, a visit by the Minister of Transport, the work of the operational research section and a Greater London Council report on traffic management and LT bus services.

Apr 1965-Mar 1966

Copies of magazines for London Transport (LT) staff, including details of staff appointments and retirements, conferences and facilities provided for staff as well as reports of other sporting and social events. Also included are articles on the Metropolitan and District Lines, an analysis of driving accidents, the diamond jubilee of the Central Line, a farewell to steam on the Chesham line, airport coach services operated by London Transport and a feature on the British Transport museum at Clapham.

Apr 1960-Mar 1961

Copies of magazines for London Transport (LT) staff, including details of staff appointments and retirements, conferences and facilities provided for staff as well as reports of annual dinners and other sporting and social events. Also included are articles on the story of the Routemaster bus, the unveiling of a portait of Frank Pick, the British Transport Commission's collection of relics, the opening of part of the new Notting Hill Gate Station and a review of the year.

Apr 1958-Mar 1959

Copies of magazines for London Transport (LT) staff, including details of staff changes such as retirements and appointments, facilities provided for staff and other sporting and social events. Also included are articles on the overhauling of the Routemaster bus at Chiswick works, a visit by Moscow Transport officials to London, road schedules, the use of London buses at the front in wartime, the centenary of the Hammersmith & City Line and the first annual report of the London Transport Board.

Apr 1964-Mar 1965

Copies of magazines for London Transport (LT) staff, including details of staff appointments and retirements, conferences and facilities provided for staff as well as reports of annual dinners and other sporting and social events. Also included are articles on the Central Division of Central Buses, the railways of the future, public transport in the United States of America, Country Buses dealing with Derby Day at Epsom and the problems of handling World Cup traffic.

Apr 1966-Mar 1967

Copies of magazines for London Transport (LT) staff, including details of staff appointments and retirements, conferences and facilities provided for staff as well as reports of annual dinners and other sporting and social events. Also included are articles on the training of railway men, the provision of new roads for London, a planned new bus garage for Harlow, the story of Cup Final transport services and LT's part in the Commonwealth Technical Training Week.

Apr 1961-Mar 1962

Copies of magazines for London Transport (LT) staff, including details of staff changes such as appointments and retirements, facilities provided for staff as well as reports of sporting and social events. Also included are articles on the changeover from trolleybuses to diesel buses, rail news, the Transport Act 1962 and how it affects LT, the centenary of the Underground and the growth of the system and how transport services fared during the severe winter.

Apr 1962-Mar 1963

Copies of magazines for London Transport (LT) staff, including details of staff changes such as appointments and retirements, facilities provided for staff and reports of other sporting and social events. Also includes articles on public transport in new towns, the Metropolitan Railway centenary, an automatic train experiment, handling of sports traffic and a review of the year (2 copies of number 2, May 1963, with a list of contents).

Apr 1963-Mar 1964

Copies of magazines for London Transport (LT) staff, including details of staff appointments and retirements, facilities provided for staff and sporting and social events. Also includes articles concerning an overhaul of the Acton rail works, the proposed subsidy of LT fares by the Greater London Council (GLC), the 60th anniversary of the London Transport Players and a planned joint programme of cooperation between LT and British Rail (2 copies of numbers 186-199, January to July 1981).

Jan 1981-Dec 1982

Copies of magazines for London Transport (LT) staff, including details of staff appointments and retirements, facilities provided for staff and reports of other sporting and social events. Also included are articles concerning celebrations for the Queen's Silver Jubilee, the new 1983 train rolling stock, the Piccadilly line extension to serve Terminal 4 at Heathrow and the 50th anniversary of the founding of LT.

Jan 1983-Dec 1984

Copies of staff magazines including details of retirements and appointments, facilities for staff and news of the company as well as dinners and other social and sporting events. Also included are articles on the building of the Docklands Light Railway, buses for the future, the rise in train use, celebrations of the Queen's 60th birthday and the extension of one person operations to deep level Underground trains.

Jan 1985-Dec 1986

Copies of magazines for London Transport (LT) staff, including details of staff appointments and retirements, facilities provided for staff and reports of other sporting and social events. Also included are articles on proposed bus strikes, improvements in rail safety, reduction in crime and the 60th anniversary of the founding of London Transport.

Jan 1993-Dec 1994

Copies of magazines numbers 139-185 for London Transport (LT) staff, including details of staff appointments and retirements, facilities provided for staff and sporting and social events. Also includes articles concerning the 150th anniversary of the London bus and the 50th anniversary of the opening of LT's headquarters at 55 Broadway (2 copies).

Jan 1979-Dec 1980

Copies of magazines for London Transport (LT) staff, including details of staff appointments and retirements, facilities provided for staff and reports of other sporting and social events. Also included are articles on the reopening of King's Cross Station, the tackling of crime on the Underground and the expansion of bus services.

Jan 1989-Dec 1990

Copies of magazines for London Transport (LT) staff, including details of staff appointments and retirements, facilities provided for staff and reports of other sporting and social events. Also included are articles on investment in the Underground, LT's loss of bus responsibilities and its annual business plan.

Jan 1991-Dec 1992

Copies of magazines for London Transport (LT) staff, including details of staff appointments and retirements, facilities provided for staff and reports of other sporting and social events. Also included are articles on the London Transport Museum at Covent Garden, the Docklands Light Railway and the King's Cross Fire.

Jan 1987-Dec 1988

Copies of magazines numbers 91-138 for London Transport (LT) staff, including details of staff appointments and retirements, facilities provided for staff and reports of other sporting and social events. Also includes articles concerning celebrations for the Queen's Silver Jubilee (2 copies).

Jan 1977-Dec 1978

Magazine for London Transport staff. Subjects include London Underground funding proposals from the Centre for Policy Studies, construction start date for Crossrail, fare card launch for bus routes in Harrow, study into setting up a tram service by Greenwich Council, adoption of the Investors In People scheme, launch of the second phase of a real time bus information system, behind the scenes at Earls Court Station, merit awards to first aiders, progress on excavating Jubilee Line Extension (JLE) tunnels, public consultation on bus priority routes, and a joint revenue inspector exercise on buses. Digitised copy of magazine held in the London Transport Museum (LTM) collection.

23 Feb 1995

Magazine for London Transport staff. Subjects include Underground strike action halted by High Court injunction, ministerial approval to restart work on refurbishing the Thames Tunnel on the East London Line, Epping - Ongar section of the Central Line offered for sale, feature on the London Transport Benevolent Fund, introduction of Airbus Direct bus service between Heathrow Airport and Central London, feature on the Pass Agents Sales Service (PASS), proposed redevelopment of Victoria Interchange, and blockade of Victoria Coach Station by taxis. Digitised copy of magazine held in the London Tranport Museum (LTM) collection.

27 Jul 1995

Magazine for London Transport staff. Subjects include an National Union of Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers (RMT) ballot for industrial action on London Underground, Mornington Crescent Station refurbishment, security cameras for Shepherds Bush Market, review of the Railway Engineering Works at Acton in relation to London Underground Limited's (LUL) 'Make or Buy' policy, London Underground's Network Control Centre, pre-retirement course for staff, selling of Victoria Bus Garage, and achievement of an operating surplus of £40m. Digitised copy of magazine held in the London Transport Museum (LTM) collection.

22 Jun 1995

Magazine for London Transport staff. Subjects include signing of Private Finance Initiative (PFI) contract for the delivery of trains on the Northern Line, safety initiatives in relation to boarding and alighting trains, simplification of night bus services, opening of a new arrivals area at Victoria Coach Station, installation of ticket gates at 26 stations, a day in the life of Underground revenue men, report on the safety of Cummins bus engines, and expansion of electronic rechargeable bus ticket Farecard. Digitised copy of magazine held in the London Transport Museum (LTM) collection.

27 Apr 1995

Magazine for London Transport staff. Subjects include forthcoming Government air quality measures, plans to site an advertising car on the platform at Angel station, the trial of a new bus traffic control system in Southall, £2.5m real time bus information system, new Director of the London Transport Museum (LTM), the possible extension of the £10 Underground Penalty Fare to the buses, night bus services, new mobility bus routes in Wandsworth and Lambeth, and the restarting of tunnelling work on the Jubilee Line Extension (JLE). Digitised copy of magazine held in the LTM collection.

26 Jan 1995

Magazine for London Transport staff. Subjects include plan to improve London Underground services, contract with ICL to take over the role of London Underground's Technical Services Department, legal cases relating to banks paying cheque into wrong account, Chelsea-Hackney Line route, plans for South Kensington Station, London Transport Lost Property Office, courses for staff on managing aggressive customers, safety on the tube, and installing cameras to Red Route buses. Digitised copy of magazine held in the London Transport Museum (LTM) collection.

23 Mar 1995

Magazine for London Transport staff. Subjects include unveiling of Piccadilly Line train covered in adverts, closure of Fonthill Hotel by the London Transport Benevolent Fund, independent study of the risks of boarding and alighting from trains, results of a revenue operation at Liverpool Street Station, Centrecomm bus control centre, approval of a plan to develop a shopping centre at White City, and reduction in tube violence. Digitised copy of magazine held in the London Transport Museum (LTM) collection.

25 May 1995

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