the gentleman who was locked up because he had lost his ticket
- about 1838-1843
- Charles Alexander Saunders
Cartoon, ink pen (stylic art), "The gentleman who was locked up, because he had lost his ticket", by C.A.S., a satirical comment on the railways' autocratic attitude to their passengers, depicting a man with luggage in a cell, about 1838 - 1843.
- Pictorial Collection (Railway)
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- British Rail, Clapham
- Permanent collection
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