Railway Travelling as It Ought to Be.

Railway Travelling as It Ought to Be. Punch (3 November 1866): 182. Image from Internet Archive. Text and formatting by George P. Landow [This image may be used without prior permission for any scholarly or educational purpose without prior permission as long as you credit this site, the Internet Archive, and the University of Toronto library.]

Guard. “Did you Ring, Sir?”

Passenger. “Yes. Where are we now?”

Guard. “Just passing Donkeysbridge, Sir. Shan't stop till we get to Stunnington, Forty Miles further on.”

Passenger. “Oh! Ah! Then just bring me another Sherry-and-Soda, and a Cigar, and Two or Three more Volumes of Punch.”

Guard. “Yessir.”

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