Polgreen uses a prototype to demonstrate his magnarail invention.
Newspaper cutting and paper entitled 'Powerful Permanent Magnets' by Geoffrey Polgreen on file.
V.S. Mr. Geoffrey Polgreen in his home showing off his magnarail invention of the Magic Carpet. It works with the adverse effect of two south poles magnetism as against the south/north attraction. He demonstrates by means of a sledge on rails but there is a cushion of air between the rails and the sledge. This is caused by magnetism.