I have a snippet, but nothing definite from 'History of the Corps of Royal Engineers, Vol. IV', by Brig-Gen W. Baker Brown, pub. Institute of Royal Engineers, page 264, under the heading 'Railway Branch'...
“A second company, the 10th, was formed in 1886 (sic) in connexion (again sic) with the proposed construction of a railway from Suakin to Berber. An account of the work of these companies is given in volume II, Part I, Chapter XXVI and Part II, Chapter III.”
1886 is obviously a typo.
I'd look in the referred volumes. While I have Vol. IV, I don't have the others.
"Cookery is the art of preparing and softening food by the action of fire, so as to render it fit for digestion" - Instructions to Military Cooks in the Preperation of Dinners at the Instructional Kitchen, Aldershot, 1878.