Having worked for a railway company now for nearly 10 years I've never really considered myself as coming from a Railway family.  Indeed no where have I found the Railway's mentioned in any of my research.

Searching through old Railway Employment papers 1833 - 1963 on Ancestry.com I discovered only 7 mentions of Brougham - confirming that really the Broughams are far from a Railway family.

Does anyone know these Railway men I wonder?
  • W Brougham worked at Six-Pit Junction in the Coaching department sometime between 1871 - 1879 at the Midland Railway Company.
  • William Rutherfield Brougham born about 1856 Worked at Woodhead Station (Sheffield area) for the Manchester, Sheffield and Lincolnshire Company around 1880.
  • George Brougham, born 2 Oct 1861, worked for the London and North Western as a Grinder in 1896
  • H Brougham, born about 1866, worked for the Manchester, Sheffield and Lincolnshire Company, based at Ardwick Station, 1891.
  • Edward William Brougham, born about 1867, worked for the Manchester, Sheffield and Lincolnshire at Rugby Station, 1899
  • Cecil Wilfrid Brougham, born about 1888, was working for the London and South Western in May 1906
  • J Brougham, was working for the London and North Western on 24 Jan 1917.