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Group Title: Aunt Louisa's London toy books
Title: Railway A. B. C.
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 Material Information
Title: Railway A. B. C.
Series Title: Aunt Louisa's London toy books
Alternate Title: Railway ABC
Physical Description: 12 leaves (including front wrapper) : col. ill. ; 27 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Frederick Warne & Co.
Place of Publication: London
Manufacturer: Kronheim & Co.
Publication Date: c.1875
 Subjects
Subject: Alphabet rhymes -- 1875   ( rbgenr )
Publishers' advertisements -- 1875   ( rbgenr )
Bldn -- 1875
Genre: non-fiction   ( marcgt )
Alphabet rhymes   ( rbgenr )
Publishers' advertisements   ( rbgenr )
Spatial Coverage: England -- London
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General Note: Cover title and imprint.
General Note: Includes publisher's advertisement.
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028225
Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: notis - AJG4792
oclc - 15465022
alephbibnum - 001751853

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A is the Arch; underneath are
the rails,
To carry the passengers, baggage,


and


mails.


is the Bell, which rings loudly
and clear,


And


tells that the train which we


wait


for is near.


C is the Carriage, where William
must stand


With your coat on his


your


bag


arm


and


in his hand.


is the Driver, just starting the
train,


cares not


for cold,


nor for


wind, nor for


rain.


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is the Engine, that wondrous
machine,


So prettily


painted


with scarlet


green.


is the Fire; just


look


at the


stoker,


He is stirring


the coals


with


long


iron


poker.


is the Guard, all


in silver and


blue,


Telling


his mate that


the next


train


is due.


is the Horse-box, a neat


little


room,
Where the pony may travel with


Harry


his


groom.


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is the Iron of


which rails are


made,


And


J is the Junction where two


lines are laid.


is the Key,


which


fastens the


door


When


the carriage is full,


will


not hold one more.


is the


Lamp, which


the porter


will light


we


pass through a tunnel or


travel at night.


are the Mails


of the


from all parts


land,


To the General


Post


in St. Mar-


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who


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Times,


Daily


Telegraph,


Standard, an

are Officials,


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in uniform


coats,


With


pencils,


and


paper


which


they


take


notes.


is the Platform


Cross


at Charing


station,


Which


has gained


for the Buil-


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is the Queen,


of the


putation.


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come


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her carriage


will


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R are the Rails which the work-
men are laying;


They


labour


all day,


and


have


no time


for playing.


is the Steam which


of the


comes out


funnel,


And gets into our eyes when we
go through a tunnel.


is the Tunnel


through


which


runs


the hill,


And


is


hollowed


and built with


most wonderful


is the Uproar


the


skill.


boys


to make,


When


they hear the trains rattle,


see the arch


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V is the Viaduct,
pains,


built with great


carry


the Railway


which


carries the trains.

is the Watchman, with flags
in his hand,


Who


ten times


a day


at the


crossing must

is the Excursion


stand.


from


Brigh-


ton which comes,


With


passengers,


soldiers,


rifles, and drums.


is the Yeoman,


from


just


come


Kent,


He farms


his


own


land,


never pays rent.


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WARNED'S NURSERY LITERATURE.


" Plenty to praise in Warne's Nursery Literature.' The artistic character of their publications is near
perfect ion."- DAILY TELEGRAI'll.
" Warne's Toy Books bear aw,,i the palm from all competitors."-ATLAS.


WARNED'S LARGE PICTURE TOY BOO
In large crown Sro price 6d. each, wilt handsome wrapper ; or mounted with linen, 1,. each.
I. LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD 10. THE OBJECT ALPHABET 18. ZOOLOGICAL C
2. COCK ROBIN (DrATn aND BURIAL) II. JACK IN THE BOX 19. GULLIVER'S TI
3. HORSES 12. OUR PETS 20. NURSERY NUM
4. OLD-MOTHER HUBBARD 13 PUNCH AND JUDY 21. BANQUET OF
5. DOGS 14. CINDERELLA 22. NURSERY LUL2
6. THE BOOK OF TRADES 15. THE HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT 23. THE ROBINS
7. THE CHILDREN IN THE WOOD 16. NURSERY RHYME ALPHABET 24. THE SILLY LI'
8. THE SUNDAY A B C 17. COCK ROBIN'S COURTSHIP AND 25. THE TINY TEA
9. EDITH'S ALPHABET MARRIAGE 2f. A.EXANDRA


KS.


GARDENS
HAVELS
BERS
BIRDS
LABIES
FTLE BAA-LAMB
PARTY
ALPHABET.


*,* These Toy Books are produced at a very large outlay, on thick hard paper, in the best style of Colour Printing,
with the determination of having them better than any yet published.

AUNT FRIENDLY'S TOY BOOKS.
In Imperial 16mo., 3d. each, picture covers, each containing Six large Plates printed in Sir Colours; or on Linen, 6d. each.
A COMPLETELY NEW SERIES OF "NURSERY FAVOURITES,"
IN THE BEST STYLE OF COLOUR PRINTING. FROM ORIGINAL DESIGNS, "BY FIRST-CLASS ARTISTS.
FIRST SERIES, COMPRISING
RED RIDING HOOD THE HOUSE THAT JALK BUILT NURSERY DITTIES
LITTLE TOTTIE A, APPLE PIE MOTHER HUBBARD
CINDERELLA DOMESTIC A I MA I.S COCK ROBIN
ROYAL ALPHABET NURSERY SUNGS NURSERY RHYMES


SECOND IsRIES, COMPRISING
FROG WHO WOULD A-WOOING GO PUSS IN Iii( ITS THE THREE BEARS
THE THREE LITTLE PIGS DAME TROT' AND 111:1 CAT JACK AND THE BEAN STALK
SING-A-SONG OF SIXPENCE THE 01.1) WOMAN AND HERl PIG DIAMONDS AND TOADS
THE UGLY DUCKLING TOM THUMB HOP O' MY THUMB
What has been done by AUNT LOUISA'S TOY BOOKS at Is., and WARNE'S IARGE PICTURE TOYS at Sd, has, with greater
perfection than in either of these now celebrated Series, Ween sa nlnpli hed in Ihese THREEPENNY BOOKS-viz.,
making them the very Best and Clenpe~. Nursery Books ever published.


WARNE'S PICTURE PLAYMATE.
In large crown 8to., price 3s. 6d. each, cloth gilt.
With Forty-eight pages of Illustrations printed i. Colours.
First Series, Comprising
RED RIDING HOOD OLD MOTHER HUBBARD
COCK ROBIN'S DEATH, &c. DOGS
HORSES OBJECT ALPHABET
Second Series, Comprising
EDITH'S ALPHABET OUR PETS
CHILDREN IN THE WOOD CINDERELLA
JACK IN THE BOX PUNCH AND JUDY
Third Series, Comprising
HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT BOOK OF TRADES
COCK ROBIN'S COURTSHIP ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS
SUNDAY ALPHABET NUIISIRY RHYMES
Fourth Series, Comprising
NURSERY NUMBERS TIlE RO-INS
BANQUET OF BIRDS SILLY LITTLE BA-A
NURSERY LULLABIES TillE TINY TEA PARTY


WARNE'S PICTURE PUZZLE TOY BOOKS.
Printed in Colours by Kronheim, and full descriptions.
Demy 4to, price is. each; or mounted with Linen 28. ecA.
I. THE HOUSE WE LIVE IN
2. THE NURSERY PLAY BOOK
3. OUR HOLIDAYS
4. HOLIDAY FUN
5. OUR KINGS AND QUEENS
6. THE DOLL AND HER DRESSES
7. THE BOOK OF TRADES
8. THE HORSE


LONDON:-FREDERICK WARNED & CO., BEDFORD STREET, CONVENT GARDEN.
NEW YORK:-SCRIBNER, WELFORD, & Co.


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