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Railways and the First World War


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Just a quick note to draw the National Railway Museum's "Railways and the First World War" website to the attention of Forum Members.

It also contains a searchable archive covering the 20000 Railwaymen, who lost their lives during the war, together with details of their Railway Service.
It also states whether photographs of the Fallen exist, although these are not included (as far as I can see!)

See here
http://www.nrm.org.uk/RailwayStories/WW1/main.aspx

Sepoy

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Just a quick note to draw the National Railway Museum's "Railways and the First World War" website to the attention of Forum Members.

It also contains a searchable archive covering the 20000 Railwaymen, who lost their lives during the war, together with details of their Railway Service.

It also states whether photographs of the Fallen exist, although these are not included (as far as I can see!)

See here

http://www.nrm.org.uk/RailwayStories/WW1/main.aspx

Sepoy

thanks for the info.

bill

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It looks incomplete to me. Certainly W.E. Lynn (Royal Engineers) seems to be missing. He is a known Midland Railwayman who is not only on their memorial at Derby but in their book "For King and Country".

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