North Melbourne railway accident : return to an order of the House, dated 12th June, 1889, for a return showing 1. The names and positions in the department of the persons appointed to inquire and report upon the recent railway accident at North Melbourne. 2. The evidence taken by such Board, and by whom given. 3. The report presented by such Board to the Railway Commissioners : ordered by the Legislative Assembly to be printed 3rd September 1889

Corporate Author: Victorian Railways
Other Authors: Jacks, Edward, Kibble, William McLeod 1845-1918, Rennick, Francis T., 1838-1915, Victoria. Board Appointed to Inquire into the Recent Railway Accident at North Melbourne.
Published: Melbourne : Government Printer, 1889
Parliamentary Paper Number: Parliamentary paper (Victoria. Parliament) ; 1889, no. C 8
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Item Description: Board: Francis Rennick (Chief Assistant Engineer for Existing Lines) (Chairman), Edward Jacks (Chief Locomotive Inspector) and William M. Kibble (Assistant Traffic Manager).
Witnesses: William Alexander (driver), William Barnett (yard foreman Spencer St.), Joseph French Bragge (assistant engineer), Thomas Callanan (carriage inspector Spencer St.), George Canham (fireman), William Richard Clark (driver), Charles Crook (signal fitter), John Galbraith (guard), David Arnold [i.e. Arthur?] Graham (guard), Thomas Hulse (locomotive foreman Me bourne), John Hunter (fireman), Patrick J. Kirwan (district traffic superintendent Metro. Section), Christian Davidson Knobel (assistant signalman Coburg junction), George Lancaster (signalman Coburg junction), Henry Lewis (district locomotive inspector), George Lorimer (brake inspector), William McGrath (block-boy Coburg junction), Henry C. Mais (late engineer-in-chief S.A. Railways), Thomas Parry (inspector of interlocking), Samuel Rowley Peel (shop foreman) Edward Philpott (signal engineer), Richard F. Ponting (inspector of Permanent Way), Charles Ralston (inspecting foreman Telegraph Branch), John Richmond (signal inspector), Alfred Rowley (signalman Brown's Hill), John Sadler (chief yard inspector Melbourne), Tristram E. P. Squire (station-master North Melbourne), Robert James Williams (ganger) and Henry Winter (shunter Spencer St.)
Physical Description: 20p. : fold. plan ; 33cm