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Choose from 6 pictures in our Third Class collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


The Excursion Train Galop, sheet music cover, c1860, (1945). Creator: Unknown
The Excursion Train Galop, sheet music cover, c1860, (1945). Creator: Unknown
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Third class passengers, 1844. Creator: Unknown
Third class passengers, 1844. Creator: Unknown
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Early railway Coaches, the Liverpool and Manchester Railway, England, 1831, (c1900-1920)
Early railway Coaches, the Liverpool and Manchester Railway, England, 1831, (c1900-1920)
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Third class on board the Kilwa, Brindisi to Burma, 1886
Third class on board the Kilwa, Brindisi to Burma, 1886
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The Third Class Carriage, c1863-1865. Artist: Honore Daumier
The Third Class Carriage, c1863-1865. Artist: Honore Daumier
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Travelling on the Liverpool and Manchester Railway, 1831
Travelling on the Liverpool and Manchester Railway, 1831
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Third class passengers, 1844. Creator: Unknown Featured Image

Third class passengers, 1844. Creator: Unknown

Third class passengers, 1844. Railway travellers exposed to the elements: The rattling pig-pens upon wheels, misnamed third-class carriages (before the late alterations), were despicable affairs, with the wonderful property of always meeting the rain in whatever quarter the wind might be blowing. They were a species of horizontal shower-bath, from whose searching power there was no escape....There was no escaping the rain. If you turned your back to it, it filled the nape of your neck; if you faced it, you had overflowing pockets, with an additional cataract from the front rim of your hat, which before long was as limp as wet brown paper...Everything was ruined from your health downwards, and these were called"cheap excursions"'. From "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol V

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