All Aboard! Exploring the Newfoundland Railway

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Oak Desk
Station Agent oak desk with inlaid leather top, 1908.
This elaborate, solid oak desk with inlaid leather and many pigeon holes was not a typical station agent's desk. It is said to have been used by R.G. Reid, most probably R.G. Reid Jr., General Superintendent of the Railway from 1908 to 1923. In recent times, it was the desk of the Passenger Agent at the St. John's Station. Railway Coastal Museum. 2004.0003

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