What Drivers and Conductors have to endure
- Envious Chaff
- The New “Mayne” Law.
- Must ask to have
- ’Bus Driver to Conductor
- A Heavy Swell.
- Taxation and Civilization
- A Sell
- Our Friend the Cabby Again
- The Tram-Car Slave and the Tram-Car Director
The Passenger’s experience
- Agreeable! (Traveling crowded with strangers)
- Caution to Omnibus Travellers
- The Suburban Bus
- A Contented Mind
- Too cold outside?
- Will any Lady ride outside to oblige a Gentleman?
- Very Communicative
- Racing Times
- Do you go to Chelsea?
- Kind and Considerate
- A Broad Hint (about the fare)
- A Broad Hint (cadging a cigar)
- Too Bad
- Heavy Pressure
- Nearly Full
- Obliging — Very
- Hansom is as Hansom Does?
- Very Considerate Indeed
- Wet and Dry
- Hansom is as Hansom Does
- The Sound But Not the Sense.
- Hansom is as Hansom Does.
- A Non-Conductor
Cabbies vs. ’Bus Driver and Conductors (and vs. the Underground)
Related material: The Omnibus in Victorian literature, art, and other humor
- Omnibuses, Coaches, Carriages, and Other Horse-Drawn Vehicles
- Punch on Urban Life: the Omnibus
- Oscar Wilde’s “Symphony in Yellow”
- Trouble on the top of the omnibus (Punch)
- Phil May’s Bus driver to cabbie (Punch)
- Omnibus crossing London Bridge (late-Victorian or Edwardian photograph)
Last modified 21 February 2016