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Mugby Junction

by Charles Dickens

Barbox Brothers / by Charles Dickens
Barbox Brothers and Co. / by Charles Dickens
Main line. The boy at Mugby / by Charles Dickens
No. 1 branch line. The signalman / by Charles Dickens
No. 2 branch line. The engine-driver / by Andrew Halliday
No. 3 branch line. The compensation house / by Charles Collins
No. 4 branch line. The travelling post office / by Hesba Stretton
No. 5 branch line. The engineer / by Amelia Edwards.
Transcribed from the 1894 Chapman and Hall 'Christmas Stories' edition by David Price

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