Punch,  50 (1866), [vii].

The Underground Railways

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Illustration, Drollery

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Railways, Technology, Progress, Domestic Economy, Gender

    Shows a family having supper around a table in a pantry. Their domestic routine is disturbed by a stoker who, evidently working on a train passing under the house, pokes his head through the cellar door in the pantry floor. The stoker apologises for his interruption and asks whether the ladies can give him a 'scuttle o' coals for our engine'

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