Punch,  14 (1848), 86.

"The King Can do no Wrong"





Railways, Transport, Commerce, Accidents

    Regarding George Hudson as 'more dangerous in railway travelling than either a long-bodied engine, a leaky boiler, a broken rail, or a drunken engineer', this article warns of the dangers of the railway 'King', especially the accidents that passengers suffer owing to his 'absurdity'.

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