The medal was given to those who had given service on behalf of the London, Midland and Scottish Railway Company.
The Mint Report for 1926 records that 7,370 medals were struck in 22 ct. gold and bronze.However Brown records that he has come across no example struck in gold.
O. Glynne Roberts, 0.B.E., M.Inst.T., Secretary, Secretary to the Executive Committee, and Assistant to the President, London Midland and Scottish Railway.
Glynne Roberts entered the London and North Western Railway service at Holyhead in 1896. Two years later he was transferred to the District Traffic Superintendent's Office at Chester, and in January, 1900, he was appointed Staff and Confidential Clerk to Mr. H. G. Burgess, the then Irish Traffic Manager. In 1902 he was appointed Outdoor Clerk in the Outdoor Goods Manager's Office at Manchester, being made an Outdoor Assistant to Mr. F. T. kinsman in 1908. Mr. Glynne Roberts went to Euston in 1911, and after serving three years on the Chief Outdoor Goods Manager's Staff, was appointed Chief Staff Clerk to the Chief Goods Manager. In October, 1917, he was appointed Assistant Head of Staff Department in the General Manager's Office, being re-transferred to the Chief Goods Manager's Office as Chief Clerk in February, 1918. He was appointed Chief Clerk to the General Manager in August, 1920.
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