• Title
    Papers of the North Eastern Railway Station Masters and Agents Association
  • Reference
  • Production date
    1823 - 1965
  • Creator
    • North Eastern Railway Station Masters & Agents AssociationBiography
    • National Federation of Station Masters & Agents AssociationsBiography
  • Scope and Content
    The collection includes letters, minute books, notes, and printed matter.
  • Extent
    1 box
  • Physical description
    The collection includes handwritten and typed letters and notes, several volumes, and printed pamphlets. Most of the material is in good condition.
  • Language
  • Archival history
    Donated to the National Railway Museum by a private donor in 1996
  • Level of description
  • Repository name
    National Railway Museum, York
  • Associated people and organisations
    • London & North Eastern Railway CoBiography
    • North Eastern Railway CoBiography
    • Railway Clerks Association
  • Subject
  • Conditions governing access
    Access is given in accordance with the NRM access policy. Material from this collection is available to researchers through Search Engine
  • Conditions governing Reproduction
    Copies may be supplied of items in the collection, provided that the copying process used does not damage the item or is not detrimental to its preservation. Copies will be supplied in accordance with the NRM’s terms and conditions for the supply and reproduction of copies, and the provisions of any relevant copyright legislation
  • External document
  • Appraisal
    No appraisal of this collection has been undertaken.
  • System of arrangement
    The papers are arranged in three sub-fonds according to the body they relate to: - North Eastern Railway Station Masters’ Association (including its successive names, the North Eastern Railway Station Masters’ & Agents’ Association and the London & North Eastern Railway Station Masters’ & Agents’ Association) - National Federation of Station Masters’ Associations - Ephemera (mostly printed matter) created by other bodies. Within these three sub-fonds, the items have been arranged first by function and then chronologically. The collection had previously been numbered, and a simple outline list prepared, but it was not clear what the basis was for this initial arrangement. The collection was therefore rearranged as described above. Some items had been clipped or bundled together and it was not possible to determine whether this was a reflection of their original state, so any items clipped or bundled together have been retained in this way in the order in which they were found.