Letter from Francis Hawksford addressed to the States Greffier. The letter relates to signing of the lease for the Jersey Railway on the site of Albert Pier.

Reference: D/AP/AB/26

Date: November 29th 1892 - November 29th 1892

Letter from Steam Packet Department of the London & South Western Railway addressed to the President of the Harbour Committee. The letter relates to the inadequate accommodation for heavy goods on Victoria Pier, and requests that a 3 ton steam crane be installed at Victoria Pier.

Reference: D/AP/AB/27

Date: June 11th 1894 - June 11th 1894

Excerpts from Actes des Etats relating to the Jersey Railway. The excerpts range from March 19 1870 until April 7 1893

Reference: D/AP/AB/28

Date: April 7th 1894 - April 7th 1894

Letter from the Engineer's Department at the Post Office informing Jersey Railway that the Post Office is hoping to shorten the span of wire between the Railway Station and Fort Regent.

Reference: D/AP/AB/29

Date: June 22nd 1894 - June 22nd 1894

Petition from Captain George Clement who is demanding compensation for an accident of which he was the victim

Reference: D/AP/AB/3

Date: December 6th 1880 - December 6th 1880

Letter from the Goods department of Great Western Railway addressed to the Harbours Committee. The letter informs the Harbours Committee of the commencement of passenger steamers between Jersey, Weymouth and Guernsey. The letter also asks the Harbour Committee to install a steam crane on the Victoria Pier.

Reference: D/AP/AB/30

Date: June 29th 1894 - June 29th 1894

Letter from the Great Western Railway addressed to th Ernest Le Sueur the Greffier of the States requesting accommodation at the new North Quay for the Great Western Railway Steamers.

Reference: D/AP/AB/31

Date: June 29th 1894 - June 29th 1894

Letter from the Great Western Railway addressed to Judge Falle and the Harbours Committee. The letter relates to a plan by Great Western Railway to run a day service from Weymouth. It includes a request for a meeting to discuss the possibilty of putting up lights at the Harbour.

Reference: D/AP/AB/32

Date: May 9th 1895 - May 9th 1895

Letter from the London and South Western Railway addressed to the Harbours Committee. The letter requests a telephone connection between 6, Bond Street and Victoria Pier

Reference: D/AP/AB/33

Date: May 24th 1895 - May 24th 1895

Letters from the Steam Packet Department of the London & South Western Railway addressed to Ernest Le Sueur, States Greffier. These letters relate to the use of Albert Pier by the Railway Company.

Reference: D/AP/AB/34

Date: October 29th 1895 - October 29th 1895

Letters from the Great Western Railway addressed to Ernest Le Sueur, Greffier of the States. The letters relate to the lease of the shed and the store on the Albert Pier.

Reference: D/AP/AB/35

Date: December 24th 1895 - December 24th 1895

Letter from The Jersey Railways and Tramways Limited addressed to the President and Members of the Harbours Committee. The letter is an application for permission to lay down rails from the level crossing near St Helier to the Albert Pier.

Reference: D/AP/AB/36

Date: February 14th 1896 - February 14th 1896

Letter from The Jersey Railways and Tramways Limited addressed to Ernest Le Sueur, States Greffier. The letter relates to the laying down of new rail tracks from St Helier to Albert Pier.

Reference: D/AP/AB/37

Date: March 27th 1896 - March 27th 1896

Report from the Greffier of the States, Ernest Le Sueur, relating to previous acts of the states regarding the rights of the Committee of Piers and Harbours to a room occupied by the railway station.

Reference: D/AP/AB/38

Date: August 22nd 1896 - August 22nd 1896

Letter from the Steam Packet Department of the London & South Western Railway addressed to the President of the Harbours Committee. The letter relates to the moving of the crane and an extension in length of the rails.

Reference: D/AP/AB/39

Date: June 24th 1897 - June 24th 1897

Letter from Steam Packet Department of the London and South Western Railway Company informing the Harbour Master that damages had occurred to goods.

Reference: D/AP/AB/4

Date: April 15th 1889 - April 15th 1889

Letter from the Great Western Railway addressed to Ernest Le Sueur, States Greffier. The letter is related to damage to one of the Company's steamers.

Reference: D/AP/AB/40

Date: September 8th 1897 - September 8th 1897

Letter from the Great Western Railway addressed to the Harbours and Piers Committee. The letter refers to the New North Quay Shed and the storage of cargo in a shed there.

Reference: D/AP/AB/41

Date: October 21st 1897 - October 21st 1897

Letter from the London & South Western Railway addressed to the President of the Harbours Committee. The letter relates to the accommodation for passengers and their luggage and cargo, also refers to the shed, the waiting room and lavatory accommodation provided on Victoria Pier.

Reference: D/AP/AB/42

Date: October 21st 1897 - October 21st 1897

Letter from the Compagnie de Bateaux-Omnibus de Rouen, 40 Rue de Londre, Paris addressed to the President and Members of the Harbours Committee. The letter relates to travel arrangements made by the French company using the Jersey Eastern Railway.

Reference: D/AP/AB/43

Date: May 4th 1898 - May 4th 1898

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