Mystery and Crime Whitechurch, Victor L: Thrilling Stories of the Railway (1912); v1; 25 Jan 2020
#1  Pulpmeister 01-24-2020, 09:58 PM
In the great days of the railways, there sprang up several "railway detectives": Victor Lorenzo Whitechurch wrote a number of railways stories and novels amongst his other output, and this is a collection of his Railway Detective short stories, featuring health faddist railway detective Thorpe Hazell:

1: Peter Crane's Cigars
2: The Tragedy on the London And Mid-Northern
3: The Affair of the Corridor Express
4: Sir Gilbert Murrell's Picture
5: How the Bank Was Saved
6: The Affair of the German Dispatch-Box
7: How the Bishop Kept his Appointment
8: The Adventure of the Pilot Engine
9: The Stolen Necklace
10: The Mystery Of The Boat Express
11: How The Express Was Saved
12: A Case Of Signalling
13:Winning The Race
14:The Strikers
15: The Ruse That Succeeded

There are several maps and drawings in the text, which are probably not really essential, and are not of very good quality, but I have left them in.
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