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Railway Benevolent Institution

Railway Benevolent Institution, 101, Seymour Street, Euston Square, established March 1859, partly on mutual benefit, and partly on benevolent principles. To provide for the necessitous widows and orphans of salaried railway officials, but not of the lower grades. Grants pensions of 10 per annum to widows, and supports and educates children of deceased subscribers to the institution.

Income about 2,500.

Hon. Secretary, Thomas Dixon, Esq.—Sec., Mr. W. F. Mills.

SOURCE: The Charities of London, by Samuel Low, Jun., London: Sampson Low, Son,
and Marston, Milton House, Ludgate Hill. 1861.