Railway Literature John Leech Cartoons from Punch magazine
Railway Literature. Book-stall keeper. "Book, ma'am? Yes, ma'am. Here's a popular work by an eminent surgeon, just published. 'Broken Legs: And How to Mend Them;' or, would you like the last number of 'The Railway Operator?'"
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cartoons illustrations Punch Punch Magazine B&W B/W black and white Victorians Victorian Era 19th century nineteenth century 1850s 1852 public transport railways railway stations newsagents book shops book stalls book stands selling books magazines periodicals journals family families parents mothers fathers children sons buying broken legs Railway Operator last final issues numbers accidents crashes safety men women bookshops man woman British Britain Great Britain England English United Kingdom history social history rail travel rail transport transport transportation railroads rail bookstalls travel travellers travelling passengers reading readers dangers dangerous new technologies new technology technology technologies travel industry reading material journeys literature literary retail retailers retailing retail industry sales assistants reading matter sports journalism sports papers educational streets street scenes city life city folk cities city urban metropolitan Giclee prints posters gifts hi-res downloads licensing Giclee prints posters gifts hi-res downloads licensing
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