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He remained with the Midland until 1897, when he retired on superannuation at the age of seventy-six.
Eighteen hundred and fifty-one was a period of anxiety to the Midland and to railway companies generally.
Financial depression had succeeded a time of wild excitement, and the Midland dividend had fallen from seven to two per cent.
His nature was bold and fitted to command, and to him is due, in a large degree, the proud position the Midland holds to-day.
There was another personality that loomed large, in those years, on the Midland—Samuel Swarbrick, the accountant.
In the case of the Midland—they appointed a committee of inquiry, and the directors assented to the appointment.
For instance, the North Midland railway, part predecessor of the Midland, was involved in difficulty.
On his return he introduced them on the Midland, both the parlour car and the sleeper.
The announcements of the meets in this and adjoining counties appear regularly in the Midland Counties' Herald.
SHOWELL'S DICTIONARY OF BIRMINGHAMTHOMAS T. HARMAN AND WALTER SHOWELL
Skipworth was himself for several years manager of the Midland Great Western.