The Railway Magazine

FROM THE RAILWAY MAGAZINE ARCHIVES

100 YEARS AGO NOVEMBER 1918

THE London, Brighton and South Coast Railway has just issued the third list of honours and decorations awarded to their staff on active service. The total number of recipients is 53, and the decorations include 34 Military Medals and one bar thereto, 8 Distinguished Conduct Medals, 5 Military Crosses and one bar thereto, 4 Meritorious Service Medal,

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