Sir Charles Scotter, English railway manager, 1891.
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Chromolithograph by Vincent Brooks Day & Son Ltd of a caricature by Leslie Ward, better known as Spy, from 'Vanity Fair' magazine. Sir Charles Scotter (1835-1911) Joined the London and South Western Railway as manager in 1858, and was instrumental in setting up the privileged ticket system for railway employees. In 1895 he was knighted for his services to the railway, and in 1907 he was created Baron of Walford, Hertfordshire.