Porter Cartoons

Sir Joseph Bowley's

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Servant is unsatisfied with a steel fork

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Ticket porters talking

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'Whereabouts is Amstid-am?' 'Well I can't say exackerly, but i know it's somewhere near Amstid-Eath!'

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Very Particular.

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A Victorian train station.

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Working class woman with a black eye in the witness box

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Boy looking after his mistress's dog

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Red Letter Days - A First Night

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Small boy offering to carry a large bag

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Master about to find that the servant boy has let his library fire go out

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Boys teasing a servant about his uniform

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Old Man and Railway Porter

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A Furtive Move

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Servant boy caught with his mouth full of food

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Railway porter asking a soldier 'What class?'

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Unknown

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Who wouldn't keep a footman?

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'Come in, sir! You've no call to be afraid! I've got him quite tight.'

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An argument between a passenger and a train porter.

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Latest Railway Marvel.

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Trotty Veck

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Irish Porterbeing unhelpful to a passenger

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Cloak room boy crushes top hat

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Delicate Hopsitality Abused.

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