The Essex Records Office's latest blog might be of interest, apparently the ERO have some bound copies of the GER staff magazine. http://www.essex recordofficeblog.co.uk I've place a gap between essex and record Apparently the ERO have some bound copies of the GER magazine and the blog shows some snippets of an October 1918 issue. One extract shows a page of named photos of railway personnel, in uniform, who are serving in the WW1 forces, I noted both army of various regiments and Navy personnel. There are a couple of illustration of the latest 1918 war time fashions for ladies with a short article containing the comment "At some distance it will be well-nigh impossible to distinguish mother from her 14 year old daughter, for both will be wearing dresses of equal length." Also a couple of recipes for Egg-less cakes. The drawback is that they are not digitised so they would have to be viewed at the ERO.