Punch, 7 (1844), 138.
The Hungerford Suspension Bridge
Railways, Engineering, Commerce
Suggests that money could be made from the Hungerford Suspension Bridge by uniting it with the destitute Kensington Railway. Believes that 'two negatives' ('a bridge that nobody wants to go over' and 'a railway nobody wants to go by') might make an 'affirmative' profit.
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