Punch, 6 (1844), 249.
The Kensington Railway
Railways, Transport, Amusement
Describes some of the events occurring at this absurdly unsuccessful railway line putatively owned by Punch. The events include a meeting to decide on the destination of the train, and the engine running backwards and forwards on the line purely 'for the amusement' of 'juvenile vagrants'.
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