Punch, 43 (1862), 33.
A Stream of Ill-Luck
Railways, Engineering, Accidents
Thinks the Metropolitan Railway has been so frequently 'inundated' with rain that it is better called the 'Underwater Railway' than the 'Underground Railway'.
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