Review of Reviews,  6 (1892), 355.

A Bicycle Railway




Publications abstracted:

Cassell's Family Magazine


Invention, Railways, Futurism

    Describes a 'new railway' which 'consists of a continuous fence solidly built, with a rail on the top bar, over which the bicyclist drives a kind of upside-down machine with a small wheel behind him and a slightly larger one in front'. With this contraption 'each passenger is his own locomotive'.

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